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FROM   THE  LIBRARY  OF 


REV.   LOUIS    FITZGERALD    BENSON,  D.  D. 


BEQUEATHED   BY  HIM   TO 


THE    LIBRARY  OF 


PRINCETON  THEOLOGICAL  SEMINARY 


■■*^V^ 


THE 


BOOK    OF    WORSHIP: 


PREPARED  FOR  THE  USE  OF 


THE     ]STEW     OHUECH, 


BY  ORDER  OF  THE  GENERAL  CONVENTION. 


-NEW    YORK    EDITION. 


PUBLISHED    BY 

THE  NEW  CHURCH  BOARD   OF   PUBLICATIONS, 
No.  20  Cooper  Union,  New  York. 

1876. 


Entered  according  to  Act  op  Congress,  in  the  tear  1876,  by  the 
New  Church  Board  op  Publications,  in  the  Office  of  the  Libra- 
rian op  Congress  at  Washington. 


second  edition. 


New  York :  Press  of  J.  J.  Little  &  Co. 


Electrotyped  by  Smith  &  McDougal,  82  Beekman  St.,  New  York. 


PEEFAOE. 


npHE  Book  of  Worship  now  offered  to  the  New  Church,  has 

been  prepared,  under  the  direction  of  the  Executive  Com- 
mittee of  the  General  Convention,  by  a  commitee  of  nine,  repre- 
senting the  views  and  practices  of  the  several  parts  of  the 
Church. 

As  the  Committee  believed  the  commonly  accepted  version 
of  the  Word  to  be,  on  the  whole,  better  adapted  to  the  uses  of 
worship  in  the  New  Church  than  any  other  translation  at  pres- 
ent attainable,  it  has  been  adopted  as  the  basis  of  the  present 
work,  such  corrections  only  having  been  made  as  were  obvi- 
ously necessary. 

The  Morning  and  Evening  Services  have  been  arranged  with 
a  view  to  their  use  in  a  variety  of  ways  conforming  with  the 
various  usages  in  the  Church.  The  rubrics  are  therefore 
mostly  optional,  leaving  the  choice  of  matter  and  the  order  of 
the  several  parts  to  be  determined  by  the  wants  of  the  different 
congregations. 

These  services  are  followed  by  the  variable  portions  referred 
to  in  the  rubrics,  of  which  a  liberal  provision  is  made  in 
order  to  meet  as  far  as  practicable  the  various  requirements 
of  different  congregations.  They  consist  of  music  for  the 
Sanctus  and  Doxologies  ;  seventeen  Eesponsive  Services ;  pas- 
sages from  the  Word  to  be  read  when  desired  in  the  place  of 


IV  PREFACE. 

those  inserted  in  the  services ;  Prayers ;  Selections  from  the 
Psalms,  arranged  for  responsive  reading ;  Selections  with 
Chants ;  Anthems,  and  Hymns.  Nothing  has  been  omitted 
which  is  known  to  be  wanted ;  and  nothing  inserted  which 
is  not  desired  by  some. 

Three  editions  of  the  book  are  published.  The  first,  desig- 
nated, for  convenience,  the  "Boston  Edition,"  preserves  the 
name  Jehovah  in  its  original  forms,  wherever  it  occurs  in  pas- 
sages from  The  Word  ;  in  the  second,  to  be  known  as  the  "  New 
York  Edition,"  the  name  Lord  is  used  for  Jehovah,  as  in  the 
English  Bible;  the  third,  called  the  "Psalter  Edition,"  is  like 
the  New  York  Edition,  but  contains  a  fuller  collection  of 
Prayers,  including  the  Litany,  also  the  entire  book  of  Psalms, 
divided  into  portions  for  daily  morning  and  evening  readings,  and 
arranged  to  be  read  in  alternate  verses.  The  other  editions  con- 
tain twenty-one  selections  from  the  Psalms,  arranged  to  be  read 
by  alternate  lines.  The  first  thirteen  of  these  selections  may  be 
used  for  the  Morning  Service  on  the  thirteen  Sundays  of  each 
quarter ;  leaving  the  next  three  for  occasional  Evening  Ser- 
vices. The  seventeenth  lesson  is  suitable  for  Thanksgiving 
Day,  the  eighteenth  for  Christmas,  the  nineteenth  for  Good 
Friday,  the  twentieth  for  Easter.  The  use  of  the  lessons  is 
not  limited,  however,  to  this  arrangement. 

Those  who  prefer  to  have  the  reading  of  the  Commandments 
preceded  by  a  short  introductory  lesson,  will  find  the  following 
selections  useful  for  that  purpose.  Thirteen  lessons  are  recom- 
mended, to  correspond  to  the  number  of  Sundays  in  each  quar- 
ter. These  may  be  abbreviated,  if  shorter  lessons  are  preferred, 
by  omitting  some  of  the  verses.  They  are  all  from  the  Book  of 
Deuteronomy,  (1)  iv.  1-14,  40 ;  (2)  iv.  23-40 ;  (3)  v.  22-33  ;  (4) 
vi.  1-13,  17 ;  (J)  vi.  17-25  ;  (G)  vii.  1-11 ;  (7)  vii.  11— viii.  1 ;  (8) 


PREFACE.  V 

viii ;  (9)  x.  12— xi.  1 ;  (10)  xi.  8-21 ;  (11)  xi.  22-32 ;  (12)  xxx. 
1-10  ;  (13)  xxx.  11-20. 

The  Selections  include  all  that  were  in  general  use  in  the 
Liturgy,  with  a  few  additions.  The  Chants  also  are  in  great 
part  from  the  Liturgy  ;  but  they  have  been  thoroughly  revised, 
and  many  excellent  chants,  new  and  old,  have  been  added,  by 
Prof.  George  J.  Webb,  to  whom  the  Church  has  been 
indebted  almost  from  the  beginning  tor  guidance  in  the  appro- 
priate singing  of  sacred  words 

The  Selections  and  Chants  are  followed  by  a  number  of 
Chant  Anthems  by  Mr.  Webb,  which  offer  a  new  and  promising 
musical  form  for  the  words  of  Scripture  songs  ;  also  by  a  small 
collection  of  good  Anthems,  selected  with  special  reference  to 
congregational  use. 

A  carefully  chosen  collection  of  Hymns,  the  most  suitable 
for  the  New  Church  that  could  be  found,  is  printed  with  appro- 
priate music,  which  also  has  been  revised  and  approved  by  Mr. 
WTebb. 

John  Worcester,    J.  C.  Ager,  Frank  Sewall, 

James  Reed,  C.  H.  Mann,  Willard  G.  Day, 

S.  F.  Dike,  Chauncey  Giles,    Edwin  Gould. 


CONTENTS. 


PAGE 

Order  for  Morning  Service 1 

Order  for  Evening  Service 5 

The  Sanctus  and  Doxologies - 7 

Responsive  Services: 

i.  The  Commandments  from  Exodus  and  Mark 11 

ii.  The  Commandments  from  Deuteronomy  and  Matthew 13 

iii.  The  Ten  Commandments  from  Exodus 15 

iv.  The  Ten  Commandments  from  Deuteronomy 17 

v.  Response  to  the  Commandments 20 

vi.  The  Blessings 22 

vii.  The  Blessings,  with  Responses 23 

viii.  The  Two  Great  Commandments 25 

ix.  The  New  Jerusalem ... . .  27 

x.  The  Law  of  Love 30 

xi.  Psalm  of  Thanksgiving , 31 

xii.  The  Holy  Supper 34 

xiii.  The  Incarnation  of  the  Lord 36 

xiv.  Penitence 37 

xv.  The  Resurrection  of  the  Lord 39 

xvi.  The  Ascension  and  Glorification  of  the  Lord 40 

xvii.  The  Holy  Spirit  or  the  Divine  Proceeding  of  the  Lord 41 

Introductory  Sentences  and  Praters: 

Introductory  Sentences 43 

Introductory  Prayers 44 

Sentences  introductory  to  Prayer 45 

Prayers  from  the  Word 47 

The  Lord's  Prayer 48 

Confessions 48 

Prayers  and  Thanksgivings 49 

Lessons  prom  the  Psalms— For  Responsive  Reading 57 

Selections  and  Chants: 

Introductory 1 

Penitential 19 

Praise  and  Thanksgiving 52 

Prophecy  and  Promise 85 

Descriptive 113 


CONTENTS.  Vii 

Anthems  :  page 

Chant  Anthems 129 

Anthems 154 

The  Faith  of  the  New  Church 192 

Te  Dominum 197 

Hymns: 

Praise  and  Adoration * 199 

Supplication 224 

Penitential 238 

Faith  and  Trust 243 

Divine  Providence 258 

The  Word '. 273 

The  Church 278 

Heaven 282 

The  Lord's  Day 289 

Morning 292 

Evening , 295 

Close  of  Worship 304 

Baptism 312 

Holy  Supper 314 

Ordination 319 

Dedication 320 

Anniversaries 321 

Thanksgiving 324 

National  Hymn. 328 

Christmas— Incarnation  and  Redemption 329 

Easter— The  Resurrection 346 

Ascension 349 

The  Holy  Spirit 350 

The  Holy  City 352 

The  Second  Coming 354 

Doxologies 355 

Indexes  : 

First  Lines  of  the  Selections 357 

Authors  of  the  Chants 360 

Anthems  with  Names  of  Authors 361 

First  Lines  of  the  Hymns,  and  Authors 362 

Tunes  with  Names  of  Composers 365 

Numerical  Index  of  Tunes 366 

Lessons  for  Festival  Services 368 


LORD,   I  have  loved  the  habitation  of  thy  house,  and  the 
place  where  thine  honor  dwelleth. 

How  lovely  are  thy  tabernacles,  O  Lord  of  Hosts. 

Blessed  are  they  that  dwell  in  thy  house,  they  are  contin- 
ually praising  Thee. 

I  will  come  into  thy  house  in  the  multitude  of  thy  mercy  : 
in  thy  fear  will  I  worship  toward  thy  holy  temple. 

Let  the  words  of  my  mouth,  and  the  meditation  of  my  heart, 
be  acceptable  in  thy  sight,  0  Lord,  my  Strength  and  my 
Redeemer. 


LET  thy  mercies  come  also  unto  me,  O  Lord,  even  thy  sal- 
vation according  to  thy  Word. 

O  send  out  thy  light  and  thy  truth  :  let  them  lead  me  ;  let 
them  bring  me  into  thy  holy  hill,  and  to  thy  tabernacles. 

Peace  be  within  thy  walls  ;  prosperity  within  thy  palaces. 
For  my  brethren  and  companions'  sakes,  I  will  now  say,  Peace 
be  within  thee. 


O  K  D  E  R 


OF 


WOKSHIP  USED  IIS"  THIS  SOCIETY. 


i. 

![  Voluntary  upon  the  Organ,  and  when  convenient,  an  Anthcyn  may 
be  sung  by  the  Choir. 

II. 

*[  The  Minister  alone  rising,  and  opening  the  Word,  repeats  one  or 
more  of  the  folloioiny  sentences : 

THE  LORD  is  in  his  holy  temple ;   let  all  the  earth 
keep  silence  before  Him. 

ElSrTER  into  his  gates  with  thanksgiving,  into  his 
courts  with  praise  :  be  thankful  unto  Him,  and  bless  his 
name.  For  the  Lord  is  good ;  his  mercy  is  everlasting ; 
and  his  truth  endureth  to  all  generations. 

SEEK  ye  the  Lord  while  He  may  be  found.  Call  ye 
upon  Him  while  He  is  near.  Let  the  wicked  forsake 
his  way,  and  the  unrighteous  man  his  thoughts  ;  and  let 
him  return  unto  the  Lord,  and  He  will  have  mercy  upon 
him ;  and  to  our  God,  for  He  will  abundantly  pardon. 

EXALT  ye  the  Lord  our  God,  and  worship  at  his 
footstool,  for  He  is  holy. 


11  ORDER   OF    WORSHIP    USED    IN    THIS    SOCIETY. 

III. 

I"  All  kneeling,  the  Minister  will  say  one  or  more  of  the  follotving, 
or  other  introductory  Prayers  : 

SEARCH  me,  O  God,  and  know  my  heart ;  try  me  and 
know  my  thoughts ;  and  see  if  there  be  any  wicked 
way  in  me;  and  lead  me  in  the  way  everlasting. 

CAUSE  me  to  hear  thy  loving  kindness  in  the  morn- 
ing, for  in  Thee  do  I  trust ;  cause  me  to  know  the  way 
wherein  I  should  walk,  for  I  lift  up  my  soul  unto  Thee. 

LET  the  words  of  my  mouth,  and  the  meditation  of 
my  heart,  be  acceptable  in  thy  sight,  O  Lord,  my 
Strength  and  my  Redeemer. 

IV. 

^  All  rising,  the  Minister  will  say : 

THOU  art  worthy,  O  Lord, 
To  receive  glory  and  honor  and  power : 
For  Thou  hast  created  all  things : 
And  for  thy  pleasure  they  are  and  were  created. 
TTho  shall  not  fear,  Thee,  O  Lord  : 
And  glorify  thy  name;  for  Thou  alone  art  holy! 

fl  All  will  sing  a  Sanctus,  pp.  7-9,  and  the  Minister  and  People 
tvill  read  responsively  the  following  Psalm,  or  one  from  the 
Selection,  pp.  57-90. 

GIVE  ear  to  my  words,  O  Lord  : 
Consider  my  meditation. 

Hearken  to  the  voice  of  my  cry,  my  King  and  my  God  : 
For  unto  Thee  will  I  pray. 

My  voice  shalt  Thou  hear  in  the  morning,  O  Lord  : 

In  the  morning  will  I  direct  my  prayer  unto  Thee, 
and  will  look  up. 


ORDER    OF    WORSHIP    USED    IN    THIS    SOCIETY.  Ill 

For  Thou  art  not  a  GrOD  that  hath  pleasure  in  wicked- 
ness : 
Neither  shall  evil  dwell  with  Thee. 

The  vainglorious  shall  not  stand  in  thy  sight : 
Thou  ha  test  all  workers  of  iniquity. 

Thou  wilt  destroy  them  that  speak  falsehood  : 

The  Lord  will  abhor  the  man  of  blood  and  deceit. 

But  as  for  me,  I  will  come  into  thy  house  in  the  multi- 
tude of  thy  mercy : 
In  thy  fear  will  I  worship  toward  thy  holy  temple. 

Lead  me,  O  Lord,  in  thy  righteousness,  because  of  my 
enemies : 
Make  thy  way  straight  before  my  face. 

^  All  will  sing  a  Selection  or  Hymn,  to  be  announced  by  the  Minister. 

V. 

^j  The  Minister  will  then  say : 


0 


COME,  let  us  worship  and  bow  down,  let  us  kneel 
before  the  Lord  our  Maker. 


^  All  kneeling,  such  Prayers  as  may  be  desired  from  the  Collection 
or  other  sources  may  be  said,  always  closing  with  the  Lord's 
Prayer. 

OUR  Father,  who  art  in  the  heavens :  Hallowed  be 
Thy  name.  Thy  kingdom  come.  Thy  will  be  done, 
as  in  heaven,  so  also  upon  the  earth.  Give  us  this  day 
our  daily  bread.  And  forgive  us  our  debts  as  we  also 
forgive  our  debtors.  And  lead  us  not  into  temptation  : 
but  deliver  us  from  evil.  For  Thine  is  the  Kingdom, 
and  the  Power,  and  the  Glory,  forever.    Amen. 

VI. 

*|[  The  People  sitting,  the  Minister  will  read  the  first  Lesson  from 
the  Word.  . 


IV  ORDER    OF    WORSHIP    USED    IN    THIS    SOCIETY. 

VII. 

^  All  rising.  Die  Minister  xcill  say: 


T 


0   Jesus   Christ  the  Lord  be  glory  and  dominion 
forever  and  ever.    Amen. 


\  And  the  People  will  sing  a  Doxology  from  p]).  9,  10. 

^[  The  Minister  and  Peoj)le  may  then  read  responsively  a  Lesson 
from  the  Psalms,  pp.  57-90. 

VIII. 

1[  At  the  close  of  the  Responsive  Service  the  Minister  will  announce 
and-  all  will  sing  a  Selection  or  Hymn.  Or  the  whole  of  Part 
VII.  being  omitted,  a  Selection,  Hymn,  or  Anthem  may  be  sung. 

IX. 

^[  The  Second  Lesson  from  the  Word. 

X. 

^[  All  rising,  here  xcill  follow  the  Commandments  ^  or  some  otticr 
Responsive  Service  from  the  Collection,  or  an  Anthem  or 
Hymn  may  be  stntg. 

XI. 
r  The  Sermon. 

XII. 

1[  Prayer. 

XIII. 

*T  All  will  sing  a  Selection,  Anthem,  or  Hymn. 

r  The  Benediction. 

THE  grace  of  out  Lord  Jesus  Christ  be  with  yon 
all.    Amen. 

^  When  the  Service  is  read  by  a  Layman,  he  will  say : 

rilHE  Lord  keep  onr  going  out  and  our  coming  in, 
i-      from  this  time  forth  and  forever  more.    Amen. 


ORDER 


FOR 


MORNING     SERVICE 


Tf  All  standing,  the  Minister  may  read  one  or  more  of  the  following  sen- 
tences, or  from  those  in  the  Collection : 

THE  LORD  is  in  his  holy  temple  :  let  all  the  earth 
keep  silence  before  Him. 

ENTER,  into  his  gates  with  thanksgiving,  and  into 
his  courts  with  praise  :  be  thankful  unto  Him,  and  bless 
his  name.  For  the  Lord  is  good  ;  his  mercy  is  ever- 
lasting ;  and  his  truth  endureth  to  all  generations. 

SEEK  ye  the  Lord  while  He  may  be  found,  call  ye 
upon  Him  while  He  is  near.  Let  the  wicked  forsake 
his  way,  and  the  unrighteous  man  his  thoughts  ;  and 
let  him  return  unto  the  Lord,  and  He  will  have  mercy 
upon  him  ;  and  to  our  God,  for  He  will  abundantly 
pardon. 

EXALT  ye  the  Lord  our  God,  and  worship  at  his 
footstool,  for  He  is  holy. 

U  Or,  the  Minister  only  may  rise,  and  after  the  opening  sentence  or  sen- 
tences all  may  kneel,  and  the  Minister  say  one  or  more  of  the  following 
introductory  Prayers,  or  from  those  in  the  Collection : 


2  MORNING    STCRVICE. 

SEARCH  me,  O  God,  and  know  my  heart ;  try  me, 
and  know  my  thoughts  ;   and  see  if  there  be  any 
wicked  way  in  me  ;  and  lead  me  in  the  way  everlasting. 

CAUSE  me  to  hear  thy  loving  kindness  in  the  morn- 
ing ;  for  in  Thee  do  I  trust  ;  cause  me  to  know  the  way 
wTherein  I  should  walk  ;  for  I  lift  up  my  soul  unto  Thee. 

LET  the  words  of  my  mouth,  and  the  meditation  of 
my  heart,  be  acceptable  in  thy  sight,  O  Lord,  my 
Strength  and  my  Redeemer. 

T[  All  standing,  the  Minister  and  People  may  read  the  following ;  or,  in 
place  of  this  or  following  it,  one  of  the  responsive  lessons  from  the 
Psalms : 

GIVE  ear  to  my  words,  O  Lord  : 
Consider  my  meditation. 

Hearken  to  the  voice  of  my  cry,  my  King  and  my  God  : 
For  unto  Thee  will  I  pray. 

My  voice  shalt  Thou  hear  in  the  morning,  O  Lord  : 
In  the  morning  will  I  direct  my  prayer  unto  Thee, 
and  will  look  up. 

For  Thou  art  not  a  God  that  hath  pleasure  in  wicked- 
ness : 
Neither  shall  evil  dwell  with  Thee. 

The  vainglorious  shall  not  stand  in  thy  sight : 
Thou  hatest  all  workers  of  iniquity. 

Thou  wilt  destroy  them  that  speak  falsehood : 

The  Lord  will  abhor  the  man  of  blood  and  deceit. 

But  as  for  me,  I  will  come  into  thy  house  in  the  multi- 
tude of  thy  mercy  : 
In  thy  fear  will  I  worship  toward  thy  holy  temple. 


MORNING   SERVICE.  3 

Lead  me,  O  Lord,  in  thy  righteousness,  because  of  mine 
enemies. 
Make  thy  way  straight  before  my  face. 

If  Here  may  follow  the  Sanctus  [pp.  7-9],  or  one  of  the  supplicatory 
Selections  [pp.  20 — 53.J 

U  Then  may  be  read  the  lesson  introductory  to  the  Commandments,  or  tJie 
Lesson  from  the  Old  Testament,  followed  by  the  Commandments  or 
other  Responsive  Service  from  the  Collection. 

If  The  Minister  will  then  say : 


0 


COME,  let  us  worship  and  bow  down  ;  let  us  kneel 
before  the  Lord  our  Maker. 


If  All  kneeling,  such  Prayers  as  may  be  desired  from  t7ie  Collection  may 
be  said,  always  closing  with  the  Lord's  Prayer;  or,  preceding  the 
Prayers,  the  following  may  be  said  : 

HAVE  mercy  upon  me,  O  God,  according  to  thy  lov- 
ing-kindness :  according  to  the  multitude  of  thy 
tender  mercies,  blot  out  my  transgressions.  Wash  me 
thoroughly  from  mine  iniquity,  and  cleanse  me  from  my 
sin.  For  I  acknowledge  my  transgressions,  and  my  sin 
is  ever  before  me. 

OUR  Father,  who  art  in  the  heavens  :  Hallowed  be 
Thy  name.  Thy  kingdom  come.  Thy  will  be  done, 
as  in  heaven,  so  also  upon  the  earth.  Give  us  this  day 
our  daily  bread.  And  forgive  us  our  debts  as  we  also 
forgive  our  debtors.  And  lead  us  not  into  temptation  ; 
but  deliver  us  from  evil.  For  Thine  is  the  Kingdom, 
and  the  Power,  and  the  Glory,  forever.     Amen. 

If  Here,  all  standing,  the  following  may  be  sung :    [Music,  pp.  7  and  8.] 

HOLY,  holy,  holy,  Jehovah  of  Hosts  : 
All  the  earth  is  full  of  his  glory.     Amen. 

TI  The  responsive  lesson  from  the  Psalms  may  here  follow  ;  and  at  the  end 
may  be  sung  one  of  the  Doxologies  on  pp.  9  and  10,  or  a  Selection. 


4  MORNING   SERVICE. 

11  The  Minister  may  read,  the  People  sitting,  a  lesson  introductory  to  the 
Commandments,  or  the  Lesson  from  the  Old  Testament  /  after  which 
may  be  sung,  all  standing:     [For  music,  see  pp.  8  and  9.] 

TJOLY,  holy,  holy,  Lord  God  Almighty  : 
J-l  Who  was,  and  who  is,  and  who  is  to  come. 

If  Here  may  follow  the  Commandments  or  other  Responsive  Service  from 
the  Collection,  or  the  Te  Dominum  or  a  Selection. 

If  At  the  close  of  the  Responsive  Service  a  Selection  may  be  sung. 

If  Here  may  follow  the  Lessons  from  the  Word,  or  the  Lesson  from  the 
New  Testament,  when  the  Lesson  from  the  Old  Testament  has  been 
read  as  above. 

1  Then,  all  standing,  the  Benedictus  on  page  58  {of  the  Selections)  may  be 
sung,  or  some  other  Selection,  or  an  Anthem  or  a  Hymn. 

Tf  The  Sermon. 

H  The  Sermon  may  be  followed  by  an  Ascription  or  Prayer,  after  which 
may  be  read  or  chanted,  by  the  Minister  and  People,  the  Declaration 
of  Faith  on  pages  192  or  196. 

If  Here  may  be  sung  a  Selection,  Anthem  or  Hymn,  which  may  be  fol- 
lowed by  the  closing  Prayers. 

If  The  Benediction. 

THE  grace  of  our  Lord  Jesus  Christ  be  with  you  all. 
Amen. 


If  When  the  service  is  read  by  a  layman,  in  place  of  the  Benediction,  he 

mil  say  : 

THE   Lord  keep  our  going  out  and  our  coming  in, 
from  this  time  forth  and  forevermore.    Amen. 


ORDER 

x  FOR 

EVENING    SERVICE. 


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If  All  standing,  the  Minister  may  read  one  or  more  of  the  following  sen- 
tences, or  from  those  in  the  Collection. 

THE   Lord  is  in  his  holy  temple  ;   let  all  the  earth 
keep  silence  before  Him. 

HOLINESS  becometh  thine  house,  O  Lord,  forever. 

BLESS  ye  the  Lord,  all  ye  servants  of  the  Lord, 
who  by  night  stand  in  the  house  of  the  Lord  :  lift  up 
your  hands  in  the  sanctuary  and  bless  the  Lord.  The 
Lord  that  made  heaven  and  earth,  bless  thee  out  of 
Zion. 

THUS  saith  the  Lord,  that  created  the  heavens  ; 
God  Himself,  that  formed  the  earth  and  made  it.  I  am 
the  Lord  ;  and  there  is  none  else  ;  a  just  God  and  a 
Saviour,  there  is  none  besides  Me. 

LOOK  unto  Me,  and  be  ye  saved,  all  the  ends  of  the 
earth  ;  for  I  am  God,  and  there  is  none  else. 

COME  unto  Me,  all  ye  that  labor  and  are  heavy 
laden,  and  I  will  give  you  rest.  Take  my  yoke  upon 
you,  and  learn  of  Me  ;  for  I  am  meek,  and  lowly  in 
heart  ;  and  ye  shall  find  rest  to  your  souls. 

\^I£ere  one  of  supplicatory  Selections  on  pages  20-53  may  be  sung,  or 
read  responsively. 

If  Then  may  follow  one  or  more  of  the  introductions  to  prayer  from  the 
Collection,  or  the  following : 


6  EVENING    SERVICE. 


0 


COME,  let  us  worship  and  bow  down  ;  let  us  kneel 
before  the  Lord  our  Maker. 


U  All  kneeling,  the  Lord's  Prayer  tcill  be  said,  preceded  by  such  of  the 
Confessio?is  and  Prayers,  from  the  Collection,  as  may  be  desired. 

OUR  Father,  who  art  in  the  heavens  :  Hallowed  be 
Thy  name.  Thy  kingdom  come.  Thy  will  be  done, 
as  in  heaven,  so  also  upon  the  earth.  Give  us  this  day 
our  daily  bread.  And  forgive  us  our  debts  as  we  also 
forgive  our  debtors.  And  lead  us  not  into  temptation  ; 
but  deliver  us  from  evil.  For  Thine  is  the  Kingdom, 
and  the  Power,  and  the  Glory,  forever.     Amen. 

T[  All  standing,  the  Sanctus  may  be  sung :    [See  pages  7-9.J 

TI  TJien  may  be  read  by  the  3finister  and  People  one  of  the  responsive 
lessons  from  the  Psalms,  followed  by  one  of  the  Doxologies  on  pages  9 
and  19,  or  by  a  Selection.  Or,  in  place  of  the  responsive  reading,  a 
Selection  may  be  sung,  followed  by  a  Doxology. 

T[  Here  shall  follow,  the  People  sitting,  the  reading  from  the  Word'.  If 
there  be  two  lessons,  at  the  end  of  the  first,  the  following,  or  a  Selection, 
or  both,  may  be  sung :    [For  musk,  see  pp.  8  and  9.J 


H 


OLY,  holy,  holy  Lord  God  Almighty, 
Who  was,  and  who  is,  and  who  is  to  come. 


1  At  the  end  of  the  reading  from  the  Word,  the  Magnificat  on  page  57, 
or  some  other  suitable  Selection,  may  be  sung. 

H  Then  may  follow  the  Sermon  or  other  instruction. 

TI  Then  may  be  sung  a  Selection,  Anthem,  or  Hymn,  which  may  be  fol- 
lowed by  the  Declaration  of  Faith,  the  closing  Prayers,  and  the  Bene- 
diction. 

THE  grace  of  our  Lord  Jesus  Christ  be  with  you  alL 
Amen. 


[Note.— When  the  service  is  read  by  a  layman,  the  sentence  at  the  end  of 
the  Morning  Service  will  be  used.] 


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A 


RESPONSIVE    SERVICES. 


i. 
THE   COMMANDMENTS. 
Exodus  xx.    Mark  xii. 
NT)  God  spake  all  these  words,  saying  : 


I  am  the  Lord  thy  God,  who  have  brought  thee  out 
of  the  land  of  Egypt,  out  of  the  house  of  bondage. 
Thou  shalt  have  no  other  gods  before  Me.  Thou  shalt 
not  make  unto  thee  any  graven  image,  or  any  likeness 
of  any  thing  that  is  in  heaven  above,  or  that  is  in  the 
earth  beneath,  or  that  is  in  the  water  under  the  earth  : 
thou  shalt  not  bow  down  thyself  to  them,  nor  serve 
them  :  for  I,  the  Lord  thy  God,  am  a  jealous  God, 
visiting  the  iniquities  of  the  fathers  upon  the  children 
unto  the  third  and  fourth  generation  of  them  that  hate 
Me ;  and  showing  mercy  unto  the  thousandth  genera- 
tion of  them  that  love  Me  and  keep  my  commandments. 

Thou  shalt  not  take  the  name  of  the  Lord  thy  God 
in  vain  :  for  the  Lord  will  not  hold  him  guiltless  that 
taketh  his  name  in  vain. 

Remember  the  Sabbath  day  to  keep  it  holy.  Six 
days  shalt  thou  labor,  and  do  all  thy  work  ;  but  the 
seventh  day  is  the  Sabbath  of  the  Lord  thy  God  ;  in  it 
thou  shalt  not  do  any  work,  thou,  nor  thy  son,  nor  thy 
daughter,  thy  man-servant,  nor  thy  maid-servant,  nor 
thy  cattle,  nor  thy  stranger  that  is  within  thy  gates  : 
for  in  six  days  the  Lord  made  heaven  and  earth,  the 


12  RESPONSIVE    SERVICES. 

sea,  and  all  that  in  them  is,  and  rested  the  seventh 
day  :  wherefore  the  Lord  blessed  the  Sabbath  day,  and 
hallowed  it. 

Honor  thy  father  and  thy  mother  ;  that  thy  days 
may  be  long  upon  the  land  which  the  Lord  thy  God 
giveth  thee. 

Thou  shalt  not  kill. 

Thou  shalt  not  commit  adultery. 

Thou  shalt  not  steal. 

Thou  shalt  not  bear  false  witness  against  thy  neighbor. 

Thou  shalt  not  covet  thy  neighbor's  house. 

Thou  shalt  not  covet  thy  neighbor's  wife,  nor  his 
man-servant,  nor  his  maid-servant,  nor  his  ox,  nor  his 
ass,  nor  any  thing  that  is  thy  neighbor's. 

1  Then  may  follow  the  Two  Great  Commandments,  the  Minister  first 
saying,  "  Remember  also  the  Two  Great  Commandments  of  our  Lord 
Jesus  Christ." 

HEAR,  O  Israel,  the  Lord  our  God  is  one  Lord.  And 
thou  shalt  love  the  Lord  thy  God  with  all  thy  heart, 
and  with  all  thy  soul,  and  with  all  thy  mind,  and  with 
all  thy  strength  :  this  is  the  first  commandment.  And 
the  second  is  like,  namely  this,  Thou  shalt  love  thy 
neighbor  as  thyself.  There  is  none  other  command- 
ment greater  than  these. 

IF  The  People  will  answer  : 

ALL  that  the  Lord  hath  spoken, 
We  will  do  and  hear. 

If  Then  the  Minister  may  say  : 

BLESSED  are  they  that  do  his  commandments,  that 
they  may  have  right  to  the  tree  of  life,  and  may 
enter  in  through  the  gates  into  the  city. 

1[  Then  may  follow  Selection  49,  on  page  36,  or  some  other  suitable  Selec- 
tion. 


RESPONSIVE   SERVICES.  13 

II. 

THE  COMMANDMENTS. 
Deut.  v.    Matt.  xxii. 

THE  Loed  talked  with  you  face  to  face  in  the  mount, 
out  of  the  midst  of  the  fire,  saying  : 

I  am  the  Lord  thy  God,  who  brought  thee  out  of  the 
land  of  Egypt,  out  of  the  house  of  bondage.  Thou  shalt 
have  none  other  gods  before  Me.  Thou  shalt  not  make 
thee  any  graven  image,  or  any  likeness  of  any  thing 
that  is  in  heaven  above,  or  that  is  in  the  earth  beneath, 
or  that  is  in  the  waters  beneath  the  earth  :  thou  shalt 
not  bow  down  thyself  to  them,  nor  serve  them  :  for  I, 
the  Lord  thy  God,  am  a  jealous  God,  visiting  the  in- 
iquity of  the  fathers  upon  the  children,  unto  the  third 
and  fourth  generation  of  them  that  hate  Me  ;  and  show- 
ing mercy  unto  the  thousandth  generation  of  them  that 
love  Me  and  keep  my  commandments. 

Thou  shalt  not  take  the  name  of  the  Lord  thy  God 
in  vain  :  for  the  Lord  will  not  hold  him  guiltless  that 
taketh  his  name  in  vain. 

Keep  the  Sabbath  day  to  sanctify  it,  as  the  Lord  thy 
God  hath  commanded  thee.  Six  days  shalt  thou  labor, 
and  do  all  thy  work  ;  but  the  seventh  day  is  the  Sab- 
bath of  the  Lord  thy  God  :  in  it  thou  shalt  not  do  any 
work,  thou,  nor  thy  son,  nor  thy  daughter,  nor  thy  man- 
servant, nor  thy  maid-servant,  nor  thine  ox,  nor  thine 
ass,  nor  any  of  thy  cattle,  nor  thy  stranger  that  is 
within  thy  gates  ;  that  thy  man-servant  and  thy  maid- 
servant may  rest  as  well  as  thou.  And  remember  that 
thou  wast  a  servant  in  the  land  of  Egypt,  and  that  the 
Lord  thy  God  brought  thee  out  thence  through  a 
mighty  hand  and  by  an  outstretched  arm  :   therefore 


14  RESPONSIVE   SERVICES. 

the  Lord  thy  God  commanded  thee  to  keep  the  Sab- 
bath day. 

Honor  thy  father  and  thy  mother,  as  the  Lord  thy 
God  hath  commanded  thee  ;  that  thy  days  may  be  pro- 
longed, and  that  it  may  go  well  with  thee,  in  the  land 
which  the  Lord  thy  God  giveth  thee. 

Thou  shalt  not  kill. 

Neither  shalt  thou  commit  adultery. 

Neither  shalt  thou  steal. 

Neither  shalt  thou  bear  false  witness  against  thy 
neighbor. 

Neither  shalt  thou  desire  thy  neighbor's  wife. 

Neither  shalt  thou  covet  thy  neighbor's  house,  his 
field,  or  his  man-servant,  or  his  maid-servant,  his  ox,  or 
his  ass,  or  anything  that  is  thy  neighbor's. 

1[  Then  may  follow  the  Two  Great  Commandments,  the  Minister  first 
saying,  "Remember  also  the  Two  Great  Commandments  of  our  Lord 
Jesus  Christ." 

THOU  shalt  love  the  Lord  thy  God  with  all  thy  heart, 
and  with  all  thy  soul,  and  with  all  thy  mind.  This 
is  the  first  and  great  Commandment.  And  the  second 
is  like  unto  it.  Thou  shalt  love  thy  neighbor  as  thy- 
self. On  these  two  commandments  hang  all  the  law 
and  the  prophets. 

1  The  People  may  answer  : 

ALL  that  the  Lord  hath  spoken, 
We  will  do  and  hear. 

IF  Then  the  Minister  may  say : 

BLESSED  are  they  that  do  His  commandments,  that 
they  may  have  right  to  the  tree  of  life,  and  may 
enter  in  through  the  gates  into  the  city. 

H  Then  may  follow  Selection  53,  on  page  39,  or  some  other  suitable  Selec- 
tion. 


RESPONSIVE    SERVICES. 


15 


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THE   TEX  COMMANDMENTS. 
Exodus  xx. 
NT)  God  spake  all  these  words,  saying  : 


I  am  the  Lord  thy  God,  who  have  brought  thee  out 
of  the  land  of  Egypt,  out  of  the  house  of  bondage. 
Thou  shalt  have  no  other  gods  before  Me.  Thou  shalt 
not  make  unto  thee  any  graven  image,  or  any  likeness 
of  any  thing  that  is  in  heaven  above,  or  that  is  in  the 
earth  beneath,  or  that  is  in  the  water  under  the  earth  : 
thou  shalt  not  bow  down  thyself  to  them,  nor  serve 
them :  for  I,  the  Lord  thy  God,  am  a  jealous  God, 
visiting  the  iniquities  of  the  fathers  upon  the  children 
unto  the  third  and  fourth  generation  of  them  that  hate 
Me ;  and  showing  mercy  unto  the  thousandth  genera- 
tion of  them  that  love  Me  and  keep  my  commandments. 


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Thou  shalt  not  take  the  name  of  the  Lord  thy  God 
in  vain  :  for  the  Lord  will  not  hold  him  guiltless  that 
taketh  his  name  in  vain. 

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Remember  the  Sabbath  day  to  keep  it  holy.  Six 
days  shalt  thou  labor,  and  do  all  thy  work  ;  but  the 


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RESPONSIVE    SERVICES. 


seventh  day  is  the  Sabbath  of  the  Lord  thy  God  ;  in  it 
thou  shalt  not  do  any  work,  thou,  nor  thy  son,  nor  thy 
daughter,  thy  man-servant,  nor  thy  maid-servant,  nor 
thy  cattle,  nor  thy  stranger  that  is  within  thy  gates  : 
for  in  six  days  the  Lord  made  heaven  and  earth,  the 
sea,  and  all  that  in  them  is,  and  rested  the  seventh 
day  :  wherefore  the  Lord  blessed  the  Sabbath  day,  and 
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Let  all  the  |  earth  keep  |  sHence  be  |  fore  Him. 

Honor  thy  father  and  thy  mother  ;  that  thy  days 
may  be  long  upon  the  land  which  the  Lord  thy  God 
giveth  thee. 

Thy  hands  have  made  me,  and  |  fashioned  |  me  : 
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Thou  shalt  not  kill. 

With  the  merciful  Thou  wilt  |  show  thyself  |  merciful: 
With  an  upright  man  Thou  wilt  |  show  thy  |  self  |  upright. 

Thou  shalt  not  commit  adultery. 

With  the  pure  Thou  wilt  |  show  thyself  |  pure  : 

And  with  the  fro  ward  Thou  wilt  |  show  thy  |  self  |  fro  ward. 

Thou  shalt  not  steal. 

Order  my  |  steps  in  thy  |  Word  : 

And  let  not  any  iniquity  have  do  |  minion  |  over  |  me. 


RESPONSIVE    SERVICES.  17 

Thou  shalt  not  bear  false  witness  against  thy  neighbor. 

I  have  chosen  the  |  way  of  |  truth  : 

Thy  judgments  |  have  I  |  laid  be | fore  me. 

Thou  shalt  not  covet  thy  neighbor's  house. 

Incline  my  heart  to  thy  |  testimonies  : 
And  |  not  to  |  cove'tousjness. 

Thou  shalt  not  covet  thy  neighbor's  wife,  nor  his 
man-servant,  nor  his  maid-servant,  nor  his  ox,  nor  his 
ass,  nor  any  thing  that  is  thy  neighbor's. 

All  that  the  |  Lord  hath  |  spoken  : 
We  will  I  do  |  and  I  hear. 


IV. 

THE  TEN  COMMANDMENTS. 

Deut.  v. 

THE  Lord  talked  with  you  face  to  face  in  the  mount, 
out  of  the  midst  of  the  fire,  saying  : 

I  am  the  Lord  thy  God,  who  brought  thee  out  of 
the  land  of  Egypt,  out  of  the  house  of  bondage.  Thou 
shalt  have  none  other  gods  before  Me.  Thou  shalt  not 
make  thee  any  graven  image,  or  any  likeness  of  any 
thing  that  is  in  heaven  above,  or  that  is  in  the  earth  be- 
neath, or  that  is  in  the  waters  beneath  the  earth  :  thou 
shalt  not  bow  down  thyself  to  them,  nor  serve  them  : 
for  I,  the  Lord  thy  God,  am  a  jealous  God,  visiting  the 
iniquity  of  the  fathers  upon  the  children,  unto  the  third 
and  fourth  generation  of  them  that  hate  Me  ;  and  show- 
ing mercy  unto  the  thousandth  generation  of  them  that 
love  Me,  and  keep  my  commandments. 


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RESPONSIVE   SERVICES. 


Holy,  holy,  holy,  Lord  j  God  Al|  mighty ; 
Who  was,  and  who  |  is,  and  who  J  is  to  |  come. 

Thou  shalt  not  take  the  name  of  the  Lord  thy  God 
in  vain  :  for  the  Lord  will  not  hold  him  guiltless  that 
taketh  his  name  in  vain. 

Who  shall  not  fear  |  Thee,  O  |  Lord, 
•  And  glorify  thy  name?  for  |  Thou  a | lone  art  |  holy. 

Keep  the  Sabbath  day  to  sanctify  it,  as  the  Lord  thy 
God  hath  commanded  thee.  Six  days  shalt  thou  labor, 
and  do  all  thy  work  ;  but  the  seventh  day  is  the  Sab- 
bath of  the  Lord  thy  God  :  in  it  thou  shalt  not  do  any 
work,  thou,  nor  thy  son,  nor  thy  daughter,  nor  thy  man- 
servant, nor  thy  maid-servant,  nor  thine  ox,  nor  thine 
ass,  nor  any  of  thy  cattle,  nor  thy  stranger  that  is 
within  thy  gates  ;  that  thy  man-servant  and  thy  maid- 
servant may  rest  as  well  as  thou.  And  remember  that 
thou  wast  a  servant  in  the  land  of  Egypt,  and  that  the 
Lord  thy  God  brought  thee  out  thence  through  a 
mighty  hand  and  by  an  outstretched  arm  :  therefore 
the  Lord  thy  God  commanded  thee  to  keep  the  Sab- 
bath day. 

This  is  the  day  which  the  |  Lord  hath  |  made  : 
We  will  re|joice  *  and  be  |  glad  in  |  it. 

Honor  thy  father  and  thy  mother,  as  the  Lord  thy 
God  hath  commanded  thee  ;  that  thy  days  may  be  pro- 
longed, and  that  it  may  go  well  with  thee,  in  the  land 
which  the  Lord  thy  God  giveth  thee. 


RESPONSIVE    SERVICES.  19 

The  righteous  shall  in|herit  the  j  land, 
And  j  dwell  there jin  for|ever. 

Thou  shalt  not  kill. 

Let  thy  mercies  come  unto  me,  that  |  I  may  |  live  ; 
For  thy  |  law  is  |  my  dej  light. 

Neither  shalt  thou  commit  adultery. 

Thy  word  is  |  very  |  pure  : 
Therefore  thy  |  servant  |  loveth  |  it. 

Neither  shalt  thou  steal. 

Righteous  art  |  Thou,  0  |  Lord  ; 
And  |  upright  |  are  thy  |  judgments. 

Neither  shalt  thou  bear  false  witness  against  thy 
neighbor. 

Through  thy  precepts  I  get  |  under  [standing  : 
Therefore  every  |  false  way  |  do  I  |  hate. 

Neither  shalt  thou  desire  thy  neighbor's  wife. 

I  have  inclined  my  |  heart 

To  perform  thy  statutes  [  always,  |  to  the  |  end. 

Neither  shalt  thou  covet  thy  neighbor's  house,  his 
field,  or  his  man-servant,  or  his  maid-servant,  his  ox,  or 
his  ass,  or  any  thing  that  is  thy  neighbor's. 

Thou  art  |  near,  O  |  Lord  ; 

And  |  all  •  thy  com|mandments  are  |  truth. 


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RESPONSIVE    SERVICES. 


V. 

RESPONSE  TO  THE  COM]\IAKDMENTS. 

TT  When  the  Commandments  are  read  by  the  Minister  as  in  the  Services 
on  pp.  11-14,  the  following  Response  mdy  be  repeated  by  the  people 
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may  alone  be  used. 

If  Response  after  Commandments  I-IX : 

Lord,  have  mercy  upon  me  :  and  incline  my  heart  to  keep  this 
law. 

II  Response  after   Commandment  X : 

Lord,  have  mercy  upon  me  :  and  write  all  these  thy  laws  in 
my  heart,  I  beseech  Thee. 

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After  Commandments  I-IX. 


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VI. 

THE  BLESSINGS. 

Matthew  v. 

AND  seeing  the  multitudes,  He  went  up  into  a  moun- 
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unto  Him.  And  He  opened  his  mouth,  and  taught  them, 
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dom of  heaven. 

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forted. 

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Blessed  are  they  that  do  hunger  and  thirst  after 
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Blessed  are  the  merciful  :  for  they  shall  obtain  mercy. 

Blessed  are  the  pure  in  heart  :  for  they  shall  see  God. 

Blessed  are  the  peacemakers  :  for  they  shall  be  called 
the  children  of  God. 

Blessed  are  they  that  are  persecuted  for  righteousness' 
sake  :  for  theirs  is  the  kingdom  of  heaven. 

Blessed  are  ye,  when  they  shall  revile  you,  and  perse- 
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falsely,  for  my  sake. 

Rejoice  and  be  exceeding  glad  ;  for  great  is  your  re- 
ward in  heaven  :  for  so  persecuted  they  the  prophets 
who  were  before  you. 

H  The  People  may  answer : 

THE  law  was  given  by  Moses  ;  but  grace  and  truth 
came  by  Jesus  Christ. 

IT  Then  may  follow  a  Selection. 


RESPONSIVE    SERVICES. 


23 


VII. 
THE  BLESSINGS. 

AND  seeing  the  multitudes,  He  went  up  into  a  moun- 
tain :  and  when  He  had  sat  down,  his  disciples  came 
unto  Him.  And  He  opened  his  mouth,  and  taught  them, 
saying  : 

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Blessed  are  they  that  mourn  :  for  they  shall  be  com- 
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Blessed  are  the  meek  :  for  they  shall  inherit  the  earth. 

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Blessed  are  the  pure  in  heart :  for  they  shall  see  God. 

Create  in  me  a  clean  heart,  O  |  God  : 
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Blessed  are  the  peacemakers  :  for  they  shall  be  called 
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Behold,  how  good  and  how  pleasant  it  |  is  : 
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The  angel  of  the  Lord  en|campeth 

Around  them  that  fear  Him  :  and  de|  liver  *eth  |  them. 

Rejoice  and  be  exceeding  glad  :  for  great  is  your 
reward  in  heaven  :  for  so  persecuted  they  the  prophets 
who  were  before  you. 

Blessed  be  the  Lord  the  God  of  |  Israel : 

From  everlasting  and  to  everlasting  :  A|men,  and  A|men. 


TI  Here  a  Selection  may  be  sung. 


RESPONSIVE    SERVICES. 


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VIII. 

THE  TWO  GREAT  COMMANDMENTS. 

\TOW  these  are  the  commandments,  the  statutes,  and 
m  the  judgments,  which  the  Lord  your  God  com- 
manded to  teach  you,  that  ye  might  do  them  in  the 
land  whither  ye  pass  over  to  possess  it ;  that  thou 
mightest  fear  the  Lord  thy  God,  to  keep  all  his  stat- 
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thou,  and  thy  son,  and  thy  son's  son,  all  the  days  of 
thy  life  ;  and  that  thy  days  may  be  prolonged.  Hear, 
therefore,  O  Israel,  and  observe  to  do ;  that  it  may  be 
well  with  thee,  and  that  ye  may  increase  mightily,  as 
the  Lord  God  of  thy  fathers  hath  promised  thee,  in  the 
land  that  floweth  with  milk  and  honey. 

The  first  of  all  the  commandments  is,  Hear,  O  Israel ; 
the  Lord  our  God  is  one  Lord.  And  thou  shalt  love 
the  Lord  thy  God  with  all  thy  heart,  and  with  all  thy 
soul,  and  with  all  thy  mind,  and  with  all  thy  strength  : 
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And  for  thy  pleasure  they  |  are,  and  |  were  cre|ated. 

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RESPONSIVE    SERVICES. 


All  the  paths  of  the  Lord  are  |  mercy  and  |  truth, 

To  those  that  keep  his  covenant  |  and  his  |  testij monies. 

And  these  words  which  I  command  thee  this  day- 
shall  be  in  thy  heart  ;  and  thou  shalt  teach  them  dili- 
gently unto  thy  children,  and  shalt  talk  of  them  when 
thou  sittest  in  thy  house,  and  when  thou  walkest  by  the 
way,  and  when  thou  liest  down,  and  when  thou  risest 
up.  And  thou  shalt  bind  them  for  a  sign  upon  thy 
hand,  and  they  shall  be  as  frontlets  between  thine  eyes. 
And  thou  shalt  write  them  upon  the  posts  of  thy  house, 
and  on  thy  gates. 

1  Behold,  the  |  Lord  our  |  God 

Hath  showed  us  his  |  glory  |  and  his  |  greatness  : 

2  And  we  have  |  heard  his  |  voice 
Out  of  the  |  midst  |  of  the  |  fire  : 

3  We  have  |  seen  this  |  day, 

That  God  doth  |  talk  with  |  man,  and  he  |  liveth. 

4  And  the  Lord  commanded  us  to  do  |  all  these  |  statutes. 
To  fear  the  Lord  our  |  God,  for  our  |  good  |  always  : 

5  That  He  might  pre  |  serve  ■  us  a|live, 
As  |  it  |  is  this  |  day. 

6  And  it  shall  be  our  |  righteous  jness, 

That  we  observe  to  |  do  all  |  these  com|mandments, 

7  Before  the  |  Lord  our  j  God, 
As  I  He  •  hath  comlmanded  I  us. 


RESPONSIVE    SERVICES. 


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IX. 
THE  NEW  JERUSALEM. 

AND  I  saw  a  new  heaven  and  a  new  earth  :  for  the 
first  heaven  and  the  first  earth  were  passed  away  ; 
and  there  was  no  more  sea.  And  I,  John,  saw  the  holy 
city,  New  Jerusalem,  coming  down  from  God  out  of 
heaven,  prepared  as  a  bride  adorned  for  her  husband. 
And  I  heard  a  great  voice  out  of  heaven  saying,  Behold, 
the  tabernacle  of  God  is  with  men,  and  He  will  dwell 
with  them,  and  they  shall  be  his  people,  and  God  him- 
self shall  be  with  them,  their  God. 


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And  death  shall  |  be  no  |  more  ; 

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For  the  former  things  are  |  passed  a|way.  [more  ; 

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all  things  new.  I  am  Alpha  and  Omega,  the  Beginning 
and  the  End.  I  will  give  unto  him  that  is  athirst  of  the 
fountain  of  the  water  of  life  freely. 

And  the  Spirit  and  the  |  Bride  say,  |  Come. 

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And  there  came  unto  me  one  of  the  seven  angels,  and 
talked  with  me,  saying,  Come  hither,  I  will  show  thee 
the  Bride,  the  Lamb's  wife.  And  he  carried  me  away 
in  the  spirit  to  a  great  and  high  mountain,  and  showed 
me  that  great  city,  the  holy  Jerusalem,  descending  out 
of  heaven  from  God,  having  the  glory  of  God  :  and  her 
light  was  like  unto  a  stone  most  precious,  even  like  a 
jasper  stone,  clear  as  crystal ;  and  had  a  wall  great  and 
high,  and  had  twelve  gates,  and  at  the  gates  twelve 
angels,  and  names  written  thereon,  which  are  the  names 
of  the  twelve  tribes  of  the  children  of  Israel. 


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For  the  glory  of  God  did  [  lighten  |  it, 
And  the  Lamb  is  the  |  light  there  |  of. 

And  the  wall  of  the  city  had  twelve  foundations,  and 
in  them  the  names  of  the  twelve  apostles  of  the  Lamb. 
And  he  that  talked  with  me  had  a  golden  reed  to 
measure  the  city,  and  the  gates  thereof,  and  the  wall 
thereof.  And  the  city  lieth  four-square  ;  and  the  length 
is  as  large  as  the  breadth  :  and  he  measured  the  city 
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and  the  breadth  and  the  height  of  it  are  equal.  And  he 
measured  the  wall  thereof,  an  hundred  forty  and  four 
cubits,  the  measure  of  a  man,  that  is,  of  an  angel.  And 
I  saw  no  temple  therein  :  for  the  Lord  God  Almighty 
and  the  Lamb  are  the  temple  of  it. 

And  there  shall  in  no  wise  enter  |  into  |  it 

Any  thing  j  that  dejfileth, 

Or  worketh  abomination,  or  |  mak'eth  a  |  lie  : 

But  they  that  are  written  in  the  Lamp's  |  book  of  |  life. 

And  he  shewed  me  a  pure  river  of  water  of  life,  clear 
as  crystal,  proceeding  out  of  the  throne  of  God  and  of 
the  Lamb.  In  the  midst  of  the  street  of  it,  and  on  either 
side  of  the  river,  was  the  tree  of  life,  which  bare  twelve 
manner  of  fruits,  and  yielded  her  fruit  every  month : 
and  the  leaves  of  the  tree  were  for  the  healing  of  the 
nations. 

And  the  throne  of  God  and  of  the  Lamb  shall  |  be  in  |  it ; 

And  his  servants  shall  |  serve  |  Him: 

And  they  shall  |  see  his  j  face  ; 

And  his  name  shall  |  be  *  in  their  |  foreheads. 

And  he  saith  unto  me,  Seal  not  the  words  of  the 
prophecy  of  this  book  :  for  the  time  is  at  hand.  He 
that  is  unjust,  let  him  be  unjust  still :  and  he  that  is 
filthy,  let  him  be  filthy  still :  and  he  that  is  righteous, 
let  him  be  righteous  still :  and  he  that  is  holy,  let  him 
be  holy  still.  And,  behold,  I  come  quickly  ;  and  my 
reward  is  with  me,  to  render  to  every  one  according  as 
his  work  shall  be.  I  am  the  Alpha  and  the  Omega,  the 
Beginning  and  the  End,  the  First  and  the  Last. 

Blessed  are  they  that  |  do  •  his  com'mandments, 
That  they  may  have  right  to  the  |  tree  of  |  life, 
And  may  |  enter  |  in 
Through  the  gates  [  into  the  [  city. 


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RESPONSIVE    SEKVICES. 


X. 
THE  LAW   OF  LOYE. 

THINK  not  that  I  am  come  to  destroy  the  Law  or  the 
Prophets  :  I  am  not  come  to  destroy,  but  to  fulfill. 
For  verily  I  say  unto  you  :  Till  heaven  and  earth  pass, 
one  jot  or  one  tittle  shall  in  no  wise  pass  from  the  Law, 
till  all  be  fulfilled.  Whosoever,  therefore,  shall  break 
one  of  the  least  of  these  commandments,  and  shall  teach 
men  so,  shall  be  called  the  least  in  the  kingdom  of  the 
heavens  :  but  whosoever  shall  do  and  teach  them,  the 
same  shall  be  called  great  in  the  kingdom  of  the  heavens. 


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AND  Jesus  said  :  The  first  of  all  the  commandments 
is,  Hear,  O  Israel,  the  Lord  our  God  is  one  Lord  : 
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With  my  whole  heart  have  I  |  sought  j  Thee  : 
O  let  me  not  |  wander  from  |  thy  comlmandments. 
Thy  word  have  I  |  hid  in  mine  |  heart : 
That  I  might  not  |  sin  aj  gainst  |  Thee. 

Axd  the  second  is  like  unto  it,  Thou  shalt  love  thy 
neighbor  as  thyself.  On  these  two  commandments  hang 
all  the  Law  and  the  Prophets. 

Blessed  are  the  perfect  |  in  the  |  way, 
Who  walk  in  the  |  law  |  of  the  |  Lord. 
Blessed  are  they  that  keep  his  •)  testij  monies  : 
That  seek  |  Him  with  j  all  the  |  heart. 

A  new  commandment  I  give  unto  you,  That  ye  love 
one  another.  As  I  have  loved  you,  that  ye  also  love  one 
another.  By  this  will  all  men  know  that  ye  are  my  dis- 
ciples, if  ye  have  love  one  to  another. 

Search  me,  0  God,  and  |  know  my  |  heart : 
Try  me,  and  |  know  |  my  ]  thoughts  : 
And  see  if  there  be  any  wicked  |  way  in  |  me  : 
And  lead  me  in  the  |  way  |  ever] lasting. 

Therefore  all  things  whatsoever  ye  would  that  men 
should  do  to  you,  do  ye  even  so  to  them  :  for  this  is  the 
Law  and  the  Prophets. 

The  law  was  |  given  by  ]  Moses  : 
Grace  and  truth  j  came  by  |  Jesus  |  Christ. 
And  of  his  fullness  have  we  |  all  received : 
And  j  grace  for  |  grace  :  Ajmen. 


XI. 
PSALM  OF  THAKKSGIVTSTG. 

Psalm  cvn. 

OGIVE  thanks  unto  the  Lord,  for  He  is  good  ;  for 
his  mercy  endureth  forever.     Let  the  redeemed  of 
the  Lord  say  so,  whom  He  hath  redeemed  from  the 


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RESPONSIVE    SERVICES. 


hand  of  the  enemy  ;  and  gathered  them  out  of  the 
lands,  from  the  east  and  from  the  west,  from  the  north 
and  from  the  south.  They  wandered  in  the  wilderness 
in  a  solitary  way  ;  they  found  no  city  to  dwell  in. 
Hungry  and  thirsty  their  soul  fainted  in  them.  Then 
they  cried  unto  the  Lord  in  their  trouble,  and  He  deliv- 
ered them  out  of  their  distresses.  And  He  led  them 
forth  by  the  right  way,  that  they  might  go  to  a  city  of 
habitation. 


O  that  men  would  praise  the  |  Lord  for  his  |  goodness, 
And  for  his  wonderful  \  works  to  the  j  children  of  j  men 
For  He  satisfieth  the  j  longing  |  soul, 
And  filleth  the  |  hungry  |  soul  with  |  goodness. 


Such  as  sit  in  darkness  and  the  shadow  of  death,  being 
bound  in  affliction  and  iron  :  because  they  rebelled 
against  the  words  of  God,  and  contemned  the  counsel 
of  the  Most  High  :  therefore  He  brought  down  their 
heart  with  labor  ;  they  fell  down,  and  there  was  none 
to  help.  Then  they  cried  unto  the  Lord  in  their  trouble, 
and  He  saved  them  out  of  their  distresses.     He  brought 


RESPONSIVE    SERVICES.  33 

them  out  of  darkness  and  the  shadow  of  death,  and 
brake  their  bands  in  sunder. 

O  that  men  would  praise  the  |  Lord  for  his  [  goodness, 
And  for  his  wonderful  |  works  to  the  [  children  of  |  men  : 
For  He  hath  broken  the  |  gates  of  |  brass, 
And  cut  the  |  bars  of  |  iron  in  |  sunder. 

Fools  because  of  their  transgression  and  because  of 
their  iniquities  are  afflicted.  Their  soul  abhorreth  all 
manner  of  meat ;  and  they  draw  near  unto  the  gates  of 
death.  Then  they  cry  unto  the  Lord  in  their  trouble, 
and  He  saveth  them  out  of  their  distresses.  He  sent 
his  word  and  healed  them,  and  delivered  them  from 
their  destructions. 

O  that  men  would  praise  the  |  Lord  for  his  |  goodness, 
And  for  his  wonderful  |  works  to  the  |  children  of  |  men  : 
And  let  them  sacrifice  the  sacrifices  |  of  thanks  [giving, 
And  delclare  his  j  works  with  rejjoicing. 

They  that  go  down  to  the  sea  in  ships,  that  do  busi- 
ness in  great  waters  ;  these  see  the  works  of  the  Lord, 
and  his  wonders  in  the  deep.  For  He  commandeth  and 
raiseth  the  stormy  wind,  which  lifteth  up  the  waves 
thereof.  They  mount  up  to  heaven,  they  go  down  again 
to  the  depths  :  their  soul  is  melted  because  of  trouble. 
They  reel  and  stagger  like  a  drunken  man,  and  all  their 
wisdom  is  brought  to  naught.  Then  they  cry  unto  the 
Lord  in  their  trouble,  and  He  bringeth  them  out  of 
their  distresses.  He  maketh  the  storm  a  calm,  and  the 
waves  thereof  are  still.  Then  are  they  glad  because 
they  are  quiet  ;  and  He  bringeth  them  unto  the  haven 
of  their  desire. 

O  that  men  would  praise  the  |  Lord  for  his  |  goodness, 
And  for  his  wonderful  |  works  to  the  |  children  of  |  men  : 
Let  them  exalt  Him  also  in  the  congregation  |  of  the  |  people, 
And  praise  Him  in  the  asjsembly  |  of  the  |  elders. 


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XII. 

THE  HOLY  SUPPER. 

IN  this  mountain  shall  the  Lord  of  Hosts  make  unto  all 
people  a  feast  of  fat  things,  a  feast  of  wines  on  the 
lees,  of  fat  things  full  of  marrow,  of  wines  on  the  lees 
well  refined.  And  He  will  destroy  in  this  mountain  the 
face  of  the  covering  cast  over  all  people,  and  the  vail 
that  is  spread  over  all  nations.  He  will  swallow  up 
death  in  victory  ;  and  the  Lord  God  will  wipe  away 
tears  from  off  all  faces ;  and  the  rebuke  of  his  people 
shall  He  take  away  from  off  all  the  earth  :  for  the  Lord 
hath  spoken  it. 

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We  bave  waited  for  |  Him,  and  |  He  will  |  save  us  : 

This  is  the  Lord  ;  we  bave  |  waited  |  for  Him  ; 
We  will  be  glad  and  re|joice  in  |  bis  sal|vation. 

Behold,  I  stand  at  the  door,  and  knock  ;  if  any  man 
hear  my  voice,  and  open  the  door,  I  will  come  in  to  him, 
and  will  sup  with  him,  and  he  with  Me. 

I  will  go  unto  the  |  altar  of  |  God  : 
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berest  that  thy  brother  hath  aught  against  thee,  leave 
there  thy  gift  before  the  altar,  and  go  thy  way  ;  first 
be  reconciled  to  thy  brother,  and  then  come  and  offer 
thy  gift. 


RESPONSIVE   SERVICES.  35 

Search  me,  O  God,  and  |  know  my  |  heart : 
Try  |  me,  and  |  know  my  |  thoughts  : 
And  see  if  there  be  any  wicked  |  way  in  |  me  ; 
And  lead  me  in  the  |  way  j  ever  j  lasting. 

A  new  commandment  I  give  unto  you,  That  ye  love 
one  another.  As  I  have  loved  you,  that  ye  also  love  one 
another. 

I  will  wash  my  [  hands  in  [  innocence  : 
-  So  will  I  |  compass  thine  |  altar,  0  |  Lord  : 
That  I  may  publish  "with  the  voice  of  |  thanks  |  giving : 
And  tell  of  |  all  thy  |  wondrous  |  works. 

I  am  the  Good  Shepherd,  and  know  my  sheep,  and  am 
known  of  mine  ;  and  I  lay  down  my  life  for  the  sheep. 

Thou  preparest  a  |  table  be  |  fore  me, 
In  the  |  presence  |  of  mine  |  enemies  ; 
Thou  anointest  my  |  head  with  |  oil ; 
My  |  cup  |  runneth  |  over. 

I  am  the  bread  of  life  :  he  that  cometh  unto  Me  shall 
never  hunger,  and  he  that  belie veth  on  Me  shall  never 
thirst. 

What  shall  I  |  render  to  the  |  Lord, 
For  all  his  |  bene 'fits  |  toward  |  me? 

I  will  take  the  |  cup  *  of  sal|vation, 

And  call  upon  the  |  name  |  of  the  |  Lord. 

I  am  the  living  bread  which  came  down  from  heaven  ; 
if  any  one  eat  of  this  bread,  he  shall  live  forever :  and 
the  bread  that  I  will  give  is  my  flesh,  which  I  will  give 
for  the  life  of  the  world. 

Unto  Him  that  |  loved  |  us, 

And  washed  us  from  our  |  sins  in  |  his  own  |  blood, 

And  hath  made  us  kings  and  priests  unto  |  God  *  and  his  | 

Father, 
To  Him  be  glory  and  dominion  for  |  ever  and  |  ever  :  A|men. 


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XIII. 
THE  INCARNATION  OF  THE  LORD. 

IN  the  beginning  was  the  Word,  and  the  Word  was 
with  God,  and  the  Word  was  God  :  and  the  Word 
was  made  flesh  and  dwelt  among  us. 


Thou,  0  Lord,  art  our  Father,  |  our  Re|deemer  ; 
Thy  |  name  is  from  |  ever  j  lasting. 

And  there  were  in  the  same  country  shepherds  abiding 
in  the  field,  keeping  watch  over  their  flock  by  night  : 
and,  lo,  the  angel  of  the  Lord  came  upon  them,  and  the 
glory  of  the  Lord  shone  round  about  them  ;  and  they 
were  sore  afraid. 

Arise,  shine,  for  thy  |  light  is  [  come, 

And  the  glory  of  the  j  Lord  is  |  risen  up|on  thee. 

And  the  angel  said  unto  them,  Fear  not :  for,  behold, 
I  bring  you  good  tidings  of  great  joy,  which  shall  be  to 
all  people. 

How  beautiful  up|on  the  |  mountains 

Are  the  feet  of  |  him  that  |  bringeth  good  |  tidings  : 

That  projclaimeth  |  peace  : 

That  |  bringeth  good  |  tidings  of  |  good. 

For  unto  you  is  born  this  day  in  the  city  of  David  a 
Saviour,  which  is  Christ  the  Lord  :  and  this  shall  be  a 
sign  unto  you  ;  ye  shall  find  the  babe  wrapped  in  swad- 
dling clothes,  lying  in  a  manger. 


RESPONSIVE    SERVICES. 


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Unto  us  a  |  Child  is  |  born  ; 
Unto  |  us  a  |  Son4s  |  given  : 

And  the  government  shall  be  up|on  his  |  shoulder, 

And  his  name  shall  be  called  Wonderful,  Counsellor,  the 

Mighty    God,   Father    of    e|ternrty,  the  |  Prince  of  | 

Peace. 

Axd  suddenly  there  was  with  the  angel  a  multitude 
of  the  heavenly  host,  praising  God,  and  saying  : 

Glory  to  |  God  in  the  |  highest, 

On  earth  j  peace,  among  |  men  good  |  will. 

I  will  declare  the  decree  the  Lord  hath  said  unto 
me  :  Thou  art  my  son  ;  this  day  have  I  begotten  thee. 

T[  Here  may  be  sung  Selection  10,  page  6,  or  some  other  suitable  Selection. 


XIV. 
PENITENCE. 

OMY  people,  what  have  I  done  unto  thee,  and 
wherein  have  I  wearied  thee  ?  Answer  me.  For 
I  brought  thee  up  out  of  the  land  of  Egypt,  and  re- 
deemed thee  out  of  the  house  of  bondage. 


All  we,  like  sheep,  have  |  gone  a| stray  : 

We  have  turned,  every  |  one  to  his  |  own  |  way. 

Thou  calledst  in  trouble,  and  I  delivered  thee  ;  I  an- 
swered thee  in  the  secret  place  of  thunder  :  I  proved 
thee  at  the  waters  of  Meribah. 


38  RESPONSIVE   SERVICES. 

Whither  shall  I  |  go  •  from  thy  |  Spirit  ? 

Or  whither  shall  I  [  flee  |  from  thy  |  presence  ? 

If  I  ascend  up  into  heaven,  |  Thou  art  |  there  : 

If  I  make  my  bed  in  |  hell,  be; hold,  Thou  art  |  there. 

O  that  thou  hadst  hearkened  to  my  commandments : 
then  had  thy  peace  been  as  a  river,  and  thy  righteous- 
ness as  the  waves  of  the  sea. 

If  Thou,  0  Lord,  shouldst  |  mark  iniquities, 
O  |  Lord,  |  who  shall  |  stand? 
But  with  |  Thee  is  forgiveness, 
That  |  Thou  |  mayst  be  |  feared. 

What  more  could  have  been  done  to  my  vineyard 
that  I  have  not  done  in  it  ?  Wherefore  when  I  looked 
that  it  should  bring  forth  graj)es,  brought  it  forth  wild 
grapes  ? 

Return,  we  beseech  Thee,  0  |  God  of  |  hosts  : 
Look  down  from  heaven,  and  be; hold,  and  |  visit  this  |  vine, 
And  the  vineyard  which  thy  right  |  hand  hath  |  planted, 
And  the  branch  that  Thou  |  madest  |  strong  for  thy  |  self. 

O  Israel,  thou  hast  destroyed  thyself  ;  thou  hast 
fallen  by  thine  iniquity  :  but  in  Me  is  thine  help. 

Have  mercy  upon  |  me,  O  |  God, 

According  to  thy  |  loving- 1  kind  ness  ; 

According  to  the  multitude  of  thy  |  tender  |  mercies, 

Blot  |  out  |  my  trans  jgressions. 

O  Israel,  I  have  blotted  out  as  a  thick  cloud  thy 
transgressions,  and  as  a  cloud  thy  sins  :  return  unto  Me, 
for  I  have  redeemed  thee. 

So  will  we  not  go  |  back  from  |  Thee  ; 

Quicken  us,  and  we  Avill  |  call  up|on  thy  |  name. 

Turn  us  again,  O  Lord  |  God  of  |  hosts  : 

And  cause  thy  face  to  |  shine,  and  we  j  shall  be  |  saved. 

0  Israel:   return  unto  the  Lord  thy  God. 

1  Then  may  be  sung  Selection  11,  on  page  7,  or  some  other  suitable  Selec- 
tion. 


RESPONSIVE    SERVICES. 


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XV. 
THE  RESURRECTION  OF  THE  LORD. 

I  AM  the  Resurrection  and  the  Life  :  he  that  belie veth 
in  Me,  though  he  were  dead,  yet  shall  he  live  ;  and 
whosoever  liveth  and  believeth  in  Me  shall  never  die. 


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And  my  saljvation  ;  |  whom  shall  I  |  fear? 
The  Lord  is  the  |  strength  of  my  |  life  ; 
Of  |  whom  shall  I  |  be  a|fraid  ? 

The  angel  of  the  Lord  descended  from  heaven,  and 
came  and  rolled  back  the  stone  from  the  door,  and  sat 
upon  it  ;  his  countenance  was  like  lightning,  and  his 
raiment  white  as  snow. 

They  cried  unto  the  |  Lord  in  their  |  trouble, 

And  He  saved  them  |  out  of  |  their  distresses  ; 

He  brought  them  out  of  darkness  and  the  |  shadow  of  |  death, 

And  |  brake  their  |  bands  in  |  sunder. 

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For  Thou  wilt  not  leave  my  |  soul  in  |  hell ; 

Neither  wilt  Thou  suffer  thine  Holy  |  One  to  |  see  cor|ruption; 

Thou  wilt  show  me  the  |  path  of  |  life ; 

In  thy  |  presence  is  |  fullness  of  |  joy. 

Fear  not :  I  am  He  that  liveth  and  was  dead  ;  and, 
lo  !  I  am  alive  forevermore,  Amen  :  and  have  the  keys 
of  death  and  of  hell. 

Worthy  is  the  Lamb  |  that  was  |  slain 

To  receive  power  and  riches  and  wisdom  and  strength  and  | 

honor  and  |  glory  and  |  blessing  : 
Blessing  and  honor  and  |  glory  and  |  power, 
Be  unto  Him  that  sitteth  upon  the  throne,  and  unto  the 

Lamb,  for  |  ever  and  |  ever.     A|men. 

I  am  the  Lord  thy  God,  who  have  brought  thee  up 
out  of  the  land  of  Egypt,  out  of  the  house  of  bondage  : 
Thou  shalt  have  no  other  gods  before  me. 

H  Here  may  be  sung  Selection  151,  page  116,  or  some  other  suitable  Selection. 


XVI. 

THE  ASCENSION  AND  GLORIFICATION  OF 
THE  LORD. 


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ASCEND  unto  my  Father  and  to  your  Father,  unto 
my  God  and  your  God. 


Be  Thou  exalted,  0  God,  a|bove  the  |  heavens  : 
And  thy  glory  a|bove  |  all  the  |  earth. 


RESPONSIVE    SERVICES.  41 

No  man  hath  ascended  up  to  heaven  but  He  that  hath 
come  down  from  heaven  ;  even  the  Son  of  man,  who  is 
in  heaven. 

The  kingdoms  of  this  world  are  become  the  kingdoms  of  our 

Lord  and  |  of  his  |  Christ, 
And  He  shall  j  reign  for  |  ever  and  |  ever. 

And  I,  if  I  be  lifted  up  from  the  earth,  will  draw  all 
men  unto  Me. 

Whom  have  I  in  |  heaven  but  |  Thee  ; 

And  there  is  none  upon  earth  that  I  de|sire  be  j  sides  |  Thee. 

Behold,  I  send  the  promise  of  my  Father  upon  you  ; 
but  tarry  ye  in  the  city  of  Jerusalem  until  ye  be  endued 
with  power  from  on  high. 

Out  of  Zion  shall  go  |  forth  the  |  Law  ; 

And  the  Word  of  the  |  Lord  from  Je|rusa|lem. 

And  He  lifted  up  his  hands  and  blessed  them  ;  and 
while  He  blessed  them  He  was  parted  from  them  and 
carried  up  into  heaven. 

The  Lord  hath  prepared  his  |  throne  in  the  |  heavens, 
And  his  kingdom  |  ruleth  |  over  |  all. 

I  am  the  Alpha  and  the  Omega,  the  Beginning  and 
the  End,  saith  the  Lord  :  Who  is,  and  who  was,  and 
who  is  to  come,  the  Almighty. 

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XVII. 

THE  HOLY  SPIRIT,   OR  THE   DIVINE  PRO- 
CEEDING OF   THE  LORD. 

IF  a  man  love  Me  he  will'  keep   my  words,  and  my 
Father  will  love  him  ;  and  We  will  come  to  him,  and 
make  our  abode  with  him. 


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Thou  art  gone  up  on  high,  Thou  hast  led  capjtivity  |  captive. 
Thou  hast  received  gifts  for  men,  yea,  for  the  rebellious  | 

also, 
That  the  Lord  |  God  might  |  dwell  a|mong  them. 

The  wind  bloweth  where  it  listeth,  and  thou  hearest 
the  sound  thereof,  but  canst  not  tell  whence  it  cometh, 
nor  whither  it  goeth  :  so  is  every  one  that  is  born  of  the 
Spirit. 

Thou  sendest  |  forth  thy  |  Spirit ; 

They  |  are  created  ; 

And  Thou  re]  newest  the  |  face  of  the  |  earth. 

The  Comforter,  which  is  the  Holy  Ghost,  whom  the 
Father  will  send  in  my  name,  he  shall  teach  you  all 
things,  and  bring  all  things  to  your  remembrance,  what- 
soever I  have  said  unto  you. 

He  that  |  hath  an  |  ear, 

Let  I  —  him  |  hear, 

What  the  Spirit  |  saith  |  unto  the  |  Churches. 

I  will  not  leave  you  comfortless.  I  will  come  to  you  : 
because  I  live  ye  shall  live  also :  at  that  day  ye  shall 
know  that  I  am  in  my  Father,  and  ye  in  Me,  and  I  in 
you. 

Tf  Here  may  be  sung  Selection  115,  page  87,  or  some  other  suitable  Selection. 


INTEODUCTORT 

SEJfTEJfCES    AND    PEATEES 


INTRODUCTORY    SENTENCES. 

THE  LORD  is  in  his  holy  temple  ;  let  all  the  earth  keep  silence 
before  Him. 

Enter  into  his  gates  "with  thanksgiving,  and  into  his  courts 
with  praise  :  be  thankful  unto  Him,  and  bless  his  name.  For 
the  Lord  is  good  ;  his  mercy  is  everlasting ;  and  his  truth  en- 
dureth  to  all  generations. 

Give  unto  the  Lord,  0  ye  kindreds  of  the  people  :  give  unto 
the  Lord  glory  and  strength  :  give  unto  the  Lord  the  glory 
due  unto  his  name  :  bring  an  offering,  and  come  into  his  courts  : 
0  worship  the  Lord  in  the  beauty  of  holiness  :  tremble  before 
Him  all  the  earth. 

Seek  ye  the  Lord  while  He  may  be  found,  call  ye  upon  Him 
while  He  is  near.  Let  the  wicked  forsake  his  way,  and  the  un- 
righteous man  his  thoughts  ;  and  let  him  return  unto  the  Lord, 
and  He  will  have  mercy  upon  him  ;  and  to  our  God,  for  He  will 
abundantly  pardon. 

Exalt  ye  the  Lord  our  God,  and  worship  at  his  footstool,  for 
He  is  holy. 

One  thing  have  I  desired  of  the  Lord,  that  will  I  seek  after  ; 
that  I  may  dwell  in  the  house  of  the  Lord  all  the  days  of  my 
life,  to  behold  the  beauty  of  the  Lord,  and  to  inquire  in  his 
temple. 


44  INTRODUCTORY  SENTENCES. 

For  from  the  rising  of  the  sun  even  unto  the  going  down  of 
the  same,  my  name  shall  be  great  among  the  Gentiles  ;  and  in 
•every  place  incense  shall  be  offered  unto  my  name,  and  a  pure 
offering  :  for  my  name  shall  be  great  among  the  heathen,  saith 
the  Lord  of  Hosts. 

Wherewith  shall  I  come  before  the  Lord,  and  bow  myself 
before  the  High  God  ?  Shall  I  come  before  Him  with  burnt  offer- 
ings, with  calves  of  a  year  old  ?  Will  the  Lord  be  pleased  with 
thousands  of  rams,  or  with  ten  thousands  of  rivers  of  oil?  Shall 
I  give  my  first-born  for  my  transgression,  the  fruit  of  my  body 
for  the  sins  of  my  soul  ?  He  hath  showed  thee,  0  man,  what  is 
good  ;  and  what  doth  the  Lord  require  of  thee,  but  to  do  justly, 
and  to  love  mercy,  and  to  walk  humbly  with  thy  God  ? 

What  shall  I  render  to  the  Lord  for  all  his  benefits  toward 
me  ?  I  will  take  the  cup  of  salvation,  and  call  upon  the  name 
of  the  Lord.  I  will  pay  my  vows  to  the  Lord  now  in  the 
presence  of  all  his  people,  in  the  courts  of  the  house  of  the  Lord, 
in  the  midst  of  thee,  O  Jerusalem. 

Holiness  becometh  thine  house,  0  Lord,  forever. 

The  sun  shall  be  no  more  thy  light  by  day,  neither  for  bright- 
ness shall  the  moon  give  light  unto  thee  :  but  the  Lord  shall  be 
unto  thee  an  everlasting  light,  and  thy  God  thy  glory. 

Bless  ye  the  Lord,  all  ye  servants  of  the  Lord,  who  by  night 
stand  in  the  house  of  the  Lord  :  lift  up  your  hands  in  the  sanc- 
tuary and  bless  the  Lord.  The  Lord  that  made  heaven  and 
earth,  bless  thee  out  of  Zion. 


introductory  prayers. 

SEARCH  me,  O  God,  and  know  my  heart ;  try  me,  and  know 
my  thoughts  ;   and  see  if  there  be  any  wicked  way  in  me  ; 
and  lead  me  in  the  way  everlasting. 

Cause  me  to  hear  thy  loving  kindness  in  the  morning  ;  for  in 
Thee  do  I  trust ;  cause  me  to  know  the  way  wherein  I  should 
walk  ;  for  I  lift  up  my  soul  unto  Thee. 


INTRODUCTORY    PRAYERS.  45 

O  Lord,  open  Thou  my  lips  ;  and  my  mouth  shall  shew  forth 
thy  praise.     For  Thou  desirest  not  sacrifice  ;  else  would  I  give  ; 
Thou  delightest  not  in  burnt  offering.     The  sacrifices  of  God  are ' 
a  broken  spirit :  a  broken  and  a  contrite  heart,  0  God,  Thou 
wilt  not  despise. 

Let  the  words  of  my  mouth,  and  the  meditation  of  my  heart, 
be  acceptable  in  thy  sight,  O  Lord,  my  Strength  and  my  Re- 
deemer 

Unto  Thee  lift  I  up  mine  eyes,  0  Thou  that  dwellest  in  the 
heavens. 

Quicken  me,  O  Lord,  according  to  thy  Word.  Accept,  I 
beseech  Thee,  the  free-will  offerings  of  my  mouth,  O  Lord,  and 
teach  me  thy  judgments. 

Help  us,  0  God  of  our  salvation  :  for  the  glory  of  thy  name  ; 
and  deliver  us,  and  purge  away  our  sins  ;  for  thy  name's  sake. 


sentences  introductory  to  prayer. 

THUS  saith  the  Lord,  the  King  of  Israel,  and  his  Redeemer, 
the  Lord  of  Hosts  ;   I  am  the  first,  and  I  am  the  last,  and 
beside  Me  there  is  no  God 

Thus  saith  the  Lord,  that  created  the  heavens  :  God  Himself, 
that  formed  the  earth  and  made  it.  I  am  the  Lord  ;  and  there 
is  none  else  ;  a  just  God  and  a  Saviour,  there  is  none  besides  Me. 

Look  unto  Me,  and  be  ye  saved,  all  the  ends  of  the  earth  ;  for 
I  am  God,  and  there  is  none  else. 

Come  unto  Me,  all  ye  that  labor  and  are  heavy  laden,  and  I 
will  give  you  rest.  Take  my  yoke  upon  you,  and  learn  of  Me  ; 
for  I  am  meek,  and  lowly  in  heart ;  and  ye  shall  find  rest  to  your 
souls. 

And  I  say  unto  you,  Ask,  and  it  shall  be  given  you  ;  seek,  and 
ye  shall  find  ;  knock,  and  it  shall  be  opened  unto  you.  For 
every  one  that  asketh,  receiveth  ;  and  he  that  seeketh,  findeth  ; 
and  to  him  that  knocketh,  it  shall  be  opened. 


46      SENTENCES  INTRODUCTORY  TO  PRAYER. 

The  hour  cometh,  nnd  now  is,  when  the  true  worshippers 
shall  worship  the  Father  in  spirit  and  in  truth  ;  for  the  Father 
seeketh  such  to  worship  Him.  God  is  a  Spirit ;  and  they  that 
worship  Him,  must  worship  in  spirit  and  in  truth. 

Blessed  is  he  whose  transgression  is  forgiven,  whose  sin  is 
covered.  Blessed  is  the  man  unto  whom  the  Lord  imputeth  not 
iniquity,  and  in  whose  spirit  there  is  no  guile. 

I  said,  I  will  confess  my  transgressions  unto  the  Lord,  and 
Thou  forgavest  the  iniquity  of  my  sin.  For  this  shall  every  one 
that  is  godly  pray  unto  Thee  in  a  time  when  Thou  mayest  be 
found  :  surely  in  the  floods  of  great  waters  they  shall  not  come 
nigh  unto  him. 

I  AM  the  Way,  and  the  Truth,  and  the  Life.  No  one  cometh 
unto  the  Father  but  by  Me.  If  ye  had  known  Me  ye  would 
have  known  my  Father  also  :  and  from  henceforth  ye  know 
Him  and  have  seen  Him.  He  that  hath  seen  Me  hath  seen  the 
Father. 

I  am  the  vine,  ye  are  the  branches  ;  he  that  abideth  in  Me, 
and  I  in  him,  the  same  bringeth  forth  much  fruit :  for  without 

Me  ye  can  do  nothing If  ye  abide  in  Me,  and  my  words 

abide  in  you,  ye  shall  ask  what  ye  will,  and  it  shall  be  done  unto 
you. 

If  ye  then,  being  evil,  know  how  to  give  good  gifts  unto  your 
children  ;  how  much  more  shall  the  Heavenly  Father  give  the 
Holy  Spirit  to  them  that  ask  Him. 

Again  I  say  unto  you,  that  if  two  of  you  shall  agree  on  earth, 
as  touching  any  thing  that  they  shall  ask,  it  shall  be  done  for 
them  of  my  Father  who  is  in  Heaven  :  for  where  two  or  three 
are  gathered  together  in  my  name,  there  am  I  in  the  midst  of 
them. 

What  things  soever  ye  desire  when  ye  pray,  believe  that  ye 
receive  them,  and  ye  shall  have  them.  And  when  ye  stand 
praying,  forgive,  if  ye  have  aught  against  any :  that  your 
Father  also  who  is  in  heaven  may  forgive  you  your  trespasses. 
But  if  ye  do  not  forgive,  neither  will  your  Father  who  is  in 
heaven  forgive  your  trespasses. 


SENTENCES  INTRODUCTORY  TO  PEAYEE.       47 

0  come  let  us  worship  and  bow  down  :  let  ns  kneel  before 
the  Lord  our  Maker. 

Brethren  :  The  Word  of  God  assures  us  that  he  that  asketh, 
receiveth,  he  that  seeketh,  findeth,  and  to  him  that  knocketh,  it 
shall  be  opened  ;  and  that  to  the  humble  and  contrite  heart,  the 
Lord  is  ever  near  :  let  us  therefore,  with  humility  and  faith, 
draw  near  to  the  Lord,  to  confess  before  Him  our  sins,  to  im- 
plore his  mercies  and  forgiveness,  to  seek  light  and  strength 
from  Him  for  all  our  needs,  and  to  thank  Him  for  his  unspeak- 
able goodness  to  us  ;  humbly  kneeling  and  saving  : 

PRAYERS    FROM   THE    WORD. 

UNTO  Thee,  0  Lord,  do  I  lift  up  my  soul.  O  my  God,  I  trust 
in  Thee  :  let  me  not  be  ashamed,  let  not  mine  enemies  tri- 
umph over  me.  Show  me  thy  ways,  0  Lord  ;  teach  me  thy  paths. 
Lead  me  in  thy  truth,  and  teach  me  ;  for  Thou  art  the  God  of 
my  salvation  :*on  Thee  do  I  wait  all  the  day 

Remember,  O  Lord,  thy  tender  mercies  and  thy  loving  kind- 
nesses ;  for  they  have  been  ever  of  old.  Remember  not  the  sins 
of  my  youth,  nor  my  transgressions :  according  to  thy  mercy 
remember  Thou  me  for  thy  goodness'  sake,  0  Lord. 

Unto  Thee,  0  Lord,  do  I  lift  up  my  soul.  For  Thou,  O 
Lord,  art  good,  and  ready  to  forgive ;  and  plenteous  in  mercy 
to  all  that  call  upon  Thee.  Give  ear,  0  Lord,  to  my  prayer ; 
and  attend  to  the  voice  of  my  supplications.  In  the  day  of  my 
trouble  I  will  call  upon  Thee  :  for  Thou  wilt  answer  me.  Among 
the  gods  there  is  none  like  unto  Thee,  O  Lord  ;  neither  are  there 
any  works  like  unto  thy  works.  All  nations  whom  Thou  hast 
made  shall  come  and  worship  before  Thee,  O  Lord  ;  and  shall 
glorify  thy  name.  For  Thou  art  great,  and  doest  wondrous 
things  :  Thou  art  God  alone. 

Teach  me  thy  way,  0  Lord  ;  I  will  walk  in  thy  truth  :  unite 
my  heart  to  fear  thy  name.  I  will  praise  Thee,  O  Lord  my  God, 
with  all  my  heart :  and  I  will  glorify  thy  name  for  evermore. 


48      THE  LORD'S  PRAYER  AND  CONFESSIONS. 


THE  LORDS  PRATER. 

OUR  Father,  who  art  in  the  heavens  :  Hallowed  be  Thy  name. 
Thy  kingdom  come.  Thy  will  be  done,  as  in  heaven,  so  also 
upon  the  earth.  Give  us  this  day  our  daily  bread.  And  forgive 
us  our  debts  as  we  also  forgive  our  debtors.  And  lead  us  not 
into  temptation ;  but  deliver  us  from  evil.  For  Thine  is  the 
Kingdom,  and  the  Power,  and  the  Glory,  forever.     Amen. 

CONFESSIONS. 

HAVE  mercy  upon  me,  O  God,  according  to  thy  loving  kind- 
ness :  according  to  the  multitude  of  thy  tender  mercies,  blot 
out  my  transgressions.  Wash  me  thoroughly  from  mine  iniquity, 
and  cleanse  me  from  my  sin.  For  I  acknowledge  my  transgres- 
sions, and  my  sin  is  ever  before  me. 

O  Lord  our  God,  we  confess  that  we  have  sinned  against 
Thee  in  thought,  word,  and  deed  ;  we  have  erred  from  thy  ways  ; 
we  have  followed  the  devices  of  our  own  hearts,  and  there  is  no 
health  in  us.  But  Thou,  O  Lord,  art  good  and  ready  to  forgive, 
and  plenteous  in  mercy  unto  all  them  that  call  upon  Thee,  Help 
us,  0  God  of  our  salvation,  for  the  glory  of  thy  name,  and  de- 
liver us,  and  purge  away  our  sins,  for  thy  name's  sake.     Amen. 

O  Lord,  our  heavenly  Father,  who,  of  thy  great  mercy,  hast 
promised  forgiveness  of  sins  to  ail  them  that  repent  and  turn 
unto  Thee,  have  mercy  upon  us  :  deliver  us  from  all  our  evils, 
strengthen  us  in  all  goodness,  and  bring  us  unto  everlasting  life. 
Amen. 

We  confess,  0  Heavenly  Father,  that  in  thought,  word,  and 
work,  we  have  sinned  against  heaven  and  in  thy  sight,  and  are 
not  worthy  to  be  called  thy  children.  But  Thou,  0  Lord,  art 
good,  and  ready  to  forgive,  and  plenteous  in  mercy  to  all  them 
that  call  upon  Thee.  Lead  us,  O  Lord,  to  true  repentance. 
Search  our  hearts  by  the  light  of  thy  truth,  and  renew  a  right 
spirit  within  us,  that  we  may  be  enabled  to  see  and  acknowledge 
our  evils,  and  to  shun  them  as  sins  against  Thee,  and  in  the 
faithful  and  diligent  performance  of  our  duties,  may  learn  to  do 
justly,  and  love  mercy,  and  walk  humbly  with  Thee  our  God. 
Amen. 


PRAYERS    AND   THANKSGIVINGS.  49 


PRAYERS    AND    THANKSGIVINGS. 

U  For  the  Divine  Blessing  on  the  Worship  and  Instruction, 

OLORD,  our  heavenly  Father,  by  whose  mercy  we  are  ena- 
bled to  meet  together  to  offer  unto  Thee  our  united  prayer 
and  praise,  and  to  meditate  upon  thy  Word  :  We  thank  Thee  for 
the  privileges  of  Divine  worship,  for  the  ministry  of  thy  Holy 
Gospel,  and  for  all  the  means  which  Thou  hast  appointed  for 
our  spiritual  instruction  and  the  attainment  of  everlasting  life. 
Bless  now,  we  beseech  Thee,  O  Lord,  our  assembling  in  thy 
Name.  Enable  us  so  to  dispose  our  thoughts  and  affections  that 
our  worship  may  be  acceptable  in  thy  sight.  Grant  that  thy 
Holy  Word  may  be  taught  in  its  purity  and  received  in  humble 
and  willing  hearts.  Give  us  a  spiritual  discernment  of  its 
heavenly  wisdom,  and  guide  us  in  a  faithful  application  of  it  to 
our  own  lives.  May  thy  words  so  abide  in  us,  that  we  may  abide 
in  Thee.  Awaken  and  strengthen  in  us  a  more  abiding  interest 
in  what  is  spiritual  and  eternal,  and  a  more  abiding  love  to  Thee 
and  to  the  neighbor.  Lead  us  to  acknowledge  thy  providence  in 
all  the  experiences  of  life,  and  in  all  things  to  follow  Thee  in 
the  regeneration.    Amen. 

"[f  For  Divine  Direction. 

Order  our  steps  in  thy  Word,  O  Lord,  and  let  not  any  in- 
iquity have  dominion  over  us.  Give  us  strength  against  our  in- 
ward foes.  Deliver  us  from  all  idolatry  of  self  and  of  the  world, 
from  all  error,  pride,  and  self-will.  Save  us  from  all  rejection 
of  thy  truth,  from  prejudice,  blindness,  and  hardness  of  heart. 
Lead  us,  0  Lord,  and  teach  us,  that  we  may  avoid  all  secret  sin 
and  open  transgression  ;  that  we  may  be  free  from  malice  and 
unkindness,  from  selfish  and  covetous  desires,  from  ingratitude 
to  Thee  and  to  our  neighbor,  from  worldly-mindedness  and  dis- 
content. Help  us  to  forgive  our  enemies,  to  love  our  neighbor 
as  ourselves,  and  to  do  unto  others  as  we  would  that  they  should 
do  unto  us.  Hold  up  our  goings  in  thy  paths,  that  our  footsteps 
slip  not.  Keep  our  tongues  from  evil  and  our  lips  from  speak- 
ing guile  ;  that  we  may  depart  from  evil  and  do  good  ;  may  seek 
peace  and  pursue  it.     Amen. 


50  PRAYERS    AND   THANKSGIVINGS. 

TI  For  the  Profitable  Reading  of  the  Word. 
0  Lord  Jesus  Christ  our  Saviour,  who  hast  given  us  thy 
Word  to  be  a  lamp  to  our  feet  and  a  light  unto  our  path  :  Grant 
that  we  may  reverently  and  attentively  read  and  hear  its  holy 
lessons,  and,  thinking  upon  thy  commandments  to  do  them, 
may  find  in  them  the  words  of  eternal  life.     Amen. 

1  For  all  men. 

0  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  the  Creator  and  Preserver  of  all  man- 
kind :  We  humbly  beseech  Thee  for  all  sorts  and  conditions  of 
men,  that  Thou  wouldest  make  thy  ways  known  unto  them,  thy 
salvation  unto  all  nations.  And  for  thy  Church  throughout  all 
the  world  we  pray,  that  it  may  be  so  guided  and  governed  by 
thy  good  spirit  that  all  who  call  themselves  after  thy  name,  may 
be  led  into  the  way  of  truth,  and  hold  the  faith  in  unity  of 
spirit,  in  the  bond  of  peace,  and  in  righteousness  of  life.  Be 
merciful  to  all  who  are  in  any  way  afflicted  in  mind,  body,  or 
estate  ;  comfort  and  relieve  them  according  to  their  several 
necessities,  giving  them  patience  under  their  sufferings,  and  a 
happy  issue  out  of  all  their  afflictions.  Amen. 
*f[  A  General  Thanksgiving. 

O  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  Father  of  all  mercies,  we,  thine  un- 
worthy servants,  do  give  Thee  most  humble  and  hearty-  thanks 
for  all  thy  goodness  and  loving-kindness  to  us  and  to  all  men. 
We  thank  Thee  for  our  creation  and  preservation,  and  for  all  the 
blessings  of  this  life  ;  but,  above  all,  for  thine  inestimable  love 
in  the  redemption  of  the  world  through  thy  glorified  Humanity, 
for  the  means  of  grace,  and  for  the  hope  of  everlasting  life. 
And  we  beseech  Thee,  0  Lord,  give  us  that  due  sense  of  all  thy 
mercies,  that  our  hearts  may  be  unfeignedly  thankful,  and  that 
we  may  show  forth  thy  praise,  not  only  with  our  lips,  but  in  our 
lives  ;  by  giving  up  ourselves  to  thy  service,  and  walking  before 
Thee  in  holiness  and  righteousness  all  our  days.     Amen. 

If  For  the  Word. 

We  give  Thee  thanks,  O  Lord,  the  Father  of  Lights,  from 
whom  cometh  down  every  good  and  perfect  gift,  for  thy  written 
Word,  whereby  Thou  dost  maintain  the  communion  of  angels 
and  men,  and  dost  point  out  to  man  the  way  to  heaven.  Grant 
us  diligently  to  read  and  hear  the  same,  that  in  thy  light  we  may 
see  light ;  endue  us  with  purity  and  singleness  of  heart,  that  we 
may  receive  thy  truth  in  sincerity  and  keep  it  pure  and  undefiled  ; 
and  enable  us,  by  faithful  obedience  to  thy  commandments,  to 
become  not  only  hearers  but  doers  of  thy  Word.     Amen.  B 


PEAYEES    AND   THANKSGIVINGS.  51 

IT  For  the  JSfew  Jerusalem. 

Most  merciful  Lord  and  Saviour  Jesus  Christ,  who,  by  thy 
Second  Corning  in  the  power  and  great  glory  of  thy  Word,  hast 
enabled  us  to  acknowledge  Thee  the  only  God  of  heaven  and 
earth,  our  Creator,  Redeemer,  and  Regenerator  :  We  pray  Thee 
for  the  prosperity  of  thy  holy  Church,  the  New  Jerusalem,  de- 
scending from  Thee  out  of  heaven.  Dispel,  we  beseech  Thee,  the 
darkness  that  prevents  thine  appearing ;  open  the  eyes  of  the 
blind  and  the  ears  of  the  deaf,  and  reveal  thyself,  most  blessed 
Redeemer,  to  thine  erring  creatures,  as  the  Husband  of  thy 
Church,  the  true  and  only  object  of  her  love  and  worship.  And 
grant  that  wheresoever  thy  Church  doth  appear  on  the  face  of 
the  earth,  it  may  be  so  led  by  thy  Holy  Spirit,  that  all  who  accept 
its  heavenly  doctrines,  may,  with  one  accord,  maintain  the  same 
in  purity  of  heart  and  holiness  of  life.     Amen. 

*j[  For  the  Ministry  and  People. 

Most  merciful  and  blessed  Lord  and  Saviour,  thou  true  Shep- 
herd of  Israel,  from  whom  cometh  every  good  and  perfect  gift : 
Send  down  upon  the  ministers  of  thy  Church,  and  all  the  con- 
gregations committed  to  their  charge,  the  healthful  spirit  of  thy 
grace,  and  so  refresh  them  with  the  continual  dew  of  thy  bless- 
ing, that  they  may  truly  serve  Thee  and  magnify  thy  Holy  Name. 
Amen. 

IT  For  Country  and  Rulers. 

0  Lord,  our  Heavenly  Father,  Almighty  Ruler  of  the  world, 
King  of  kings  and  Lord  of  lords  :  Defend  and  bless  thy  servant 
the  President  of  these  United  States,  and  all  others  in  authority. 
Give  them  faithfulness  and  strength,  integrity  and  judgment,  in 
administering  the  affairs  of  our  common  country.  And  endue 
all  classes  of  the  people  with  a  spirit  of  obedience,  charity, 
and  good  will,  that  justice  and  equity  may  everywhere  prevail, 
and  peace  and  harmony  be  established  throughout  the  earth. 
Amen. 

1"  For  Sincerity. 

0  Lord,  our  heavenly  Father,  to  whom  all  hearts  are  open, 
all  desires  known,  and  from  whom  no  secrets  are  hid  :  Cleanse 
the  thoughts  of  our  hearts,  by  the  inspiration  of  thy  Holy  Spirit, 
that  we  may  perfectly  love  Thee,  and  worthily  magnify  thy  Holy 
Name.     Amen. 


52  PEAYEES    AND   THANKSGIVINGS. 

1  For  the  Divine  Presence. 

Almighty  and  everlasting  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  whose  taber- 
nacle is  with  men,  and  who  art  ever  nigh  unto  the  humble  and 
contrite  heart :  Shed  down  thy  Holy  Spirit,  we  beseech  Thee,  on 
all  that  are  here  assembled,  that,  every  unholy  thought  and 
affection  being  put  away,  we  may  worthily  utter  thy  praise, 
meekly  learn  thy  Word,  and  render  thanks  for  all  thy  mercies. 
And  this  we  ask  for  thy  Name's  sake,  O  Lord,  who  art  Em- 
manuel, God  with  us.     Amen. 

II  For  the  Divine  Guidance. 

O  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  who  art  the  true  Light  that  lighteneth 
every  one  that  cometh  into  the  world  :  Shine,  we  pray  Thee,  into 
our  hearts  ;  that,  the  darkness  of  evil  and  of  error  being  driven 
away,  we  may  see  clearly  the  way  of  thy  commandments,  and 
humbly  and  gladly  walk  therein,  to  the  avoidance  of  all  evil  and 
to  the  performance  of  such  good  and  useful  works  as  Thou  wilt 
have  us  do.     Grant  this  for  thy  mercy's  sake.     Amen. 

U  For  Divine  Assistance. 

O  Lord  our  Father  in  the  Heavens,  we  lift  up  our  eyes  unto 
Thee,  from  whom  alone  cometh  our  help.  Hear  us,  O  Lord  ; 
show  us  thy  mercy,  and  forgive  us  our  sins.  Enlighten  us  by 
thy  Word.  Enable  us  to  receive  it  with  simplicity  and  sincerity 
of  heart,  and  to  keep  it  whole  and  undefiled.  Purify  our  affec- 
tions, that  we  may  refuse  the  evil  and  choose  the  good,  and  give 
us  strength  and  knowledge,  that  through  obedience  to  thy  com- 
mandments we  may  attain  unto  everlasting  life.     Amen. 

If  For  Direction  and  Strength. 

O  Lord,  who  alone  canst  enlighten  the  mind  and  point  out 
the  way  to  everlasting  life,  give  us  understanding  that  we  may 
learn  thy  commandments,  and  strengthen  us  that  we  may  walk 
steadfastly  therein.  Enable  us  to  deny  ourselves,  to  take  up  our 
cross  and  to  follow  Thee.  Grant  unto  us  the  spirit  of  true  reli- 
gion. Dispose  us  to  be  kind  and  gentle,  tender  and  compassionate, 
patient  and  forgiving,  just  and  upright,  loving  one  another  as 
Thou  hast  loved  us.  In  times  of  trouble,  be  Thou  our  support ; 
in  weakness  and  temptation,  be  Thou  our  strength.  Guide  us 
continually  by  thy  Holy  Spirit,  and  grant  that,  by  a  life  of 
obedience,  faith,  and  love,  we  may  diligently  serve  Thee  and 
glorify  thy  holy  name.     Amen. 


PRAYERS    AND   THANKSGIVINGS.  53 

II  For  Unity. 
O  Lord  our  heavenly  Father,  who  hast  constituted  thy  Church 
in  heaven  and  on  earth  one  fold  under  one  Shepherd,  grant  that 
all  who  know  and  love  Thee  may  be  united  in  one  holy  bond  of 
faith  and  charity.  Inspire  us  with  meekness,  patience,  long- 
suffering1,  and  forbearance  one  toward  another,  and  enable  us, 
with  one  heart  and  one  soul,  to  labor  together  in  promoting  the 
interests  of  religion  and  the  welfare  of  all  around  us  :  that  Thou, 
who  art  the  God  of  love  and  peace,  mayest  be  our  God  and  dwell 
among  us,  and  that  we  may  be  thy  people,  zealous  of  good  works, 
and  ever  devoted  to  thy  service.     Amen. 

H  For  Submission. 
O  Loed  our  Saviour  and  Redeemer,  who  hast  bidden  us  to 
leave  all  and  follow  Thee  :  Deliver  us,  we  pray  Thee,  from  the 
love  of  self  and  of  the  world.  Increase  within  us  the  love  of  thy 
holy  name.  Help  us  to  deny  ourselves,  to  take  up  our  cross, 
and  to  follow  Thee.  And  in  all  our  trials  and  adversities,  grant 
us  patience  and  resignation  to  thy  holy  will.     Amen. 

Tf  For  a  Forgiving  Spirit. 
O  holy  and  ever  blessed  Loed,  teach  us,  we  beseech  Thee, 
to  love  one  another,  to  exercise  forbearance  and  forgiveness 
toward  our  enemies ;  to  recompense  no  man  evil  for  evil,  but 
to  be  merciful  even  as  Thou,  our  Father  in  Heaven,  art  mer- 
ciful ;  that  so  we  may  continually  follow  after  Thee  in  all  our 
doings,  and  be  more  and  more  conformed  to  thine  image  and 

likeness.     Amen. 

1  For  Trust  in  God. 

O  Loed,  our  heavenly  Father,  our  mighty  Redeemer  and 
Saviour,  who  orderest  all  things  for  our  eternal  good  :  Merci- 
fully enlighten  our  minds,  and  give  us  a  firm  and  abiding  trust 
in  thy  love  and  care.  Silence  our  murmurings,  quiet  our  fears, 
and  dispel  our  doubts,  that,  rising  above  our  afflictions  and  our 
anxieties,  we  may  rest  on  Thee,  the  Rock  of  everlasting  strength. 

Amen. 

If  For  Resignation. 

O  Loed,  Thou  Fountain  of  goodness,  whose  tender  mercies 
are  over  all  thy  works,  and  who  hast  compassion  on  them  that 
fear  Thee,  even  as  a  father  pitieth  his  children  :  amid  the  many 
changes  and  sorrows  of  this  earthly  life,  grant  us  a  patient  resig- 
nation to  thy  will,  and  contentment  under  all  the  rulings  of  thy 
Providence.     Amen. 


54  PRAYERS   AND  THANKSGIVINGS. 

If  For  Peace. 

O  Lord,  from  whom  alone  all  holy  desires,  all  just  counsels, 
and  all  good  works  do  proceed  :  Give  unto  thy  servants  that 
peace  which  the  world  can  not  give  ;  that  our  hearts  may  be  in- 
clined to  obey  thy  commandments,  and  that  we,  being  defended 
from  the  fear  of  our  enemies,  may  pass  our  time  in  rest  and  quiet- 
ness, through  thy  merciful  deliverance  and  protection.     Amen. 

H  For  Tlianksgiving  Day. 

O  Lord,  Giver  of  all  good  and  Fountain  of  mercies,  in  whom 
are  all  the  springs  of  our  life  :  All  glory,  thanks,  and  praise  be 
unto  Thee  for  thine  eternal  and  overflowing  goodness  ;  for  thy 
faithfulness,  which  is  from  one  generation  to  another ;  for  thy 
mercies,  which  are  new  every  morning  and  more  than  we  can 
number  ;  for  seed-time  and  harvest ;  for  summer  and  winter  ;  for 
childhood  and  age  ;  for  health  and  reason  ;  for  food,  clothing, 
and  shelter ;  for  thy  fatherly  care  over  us  in  sickness  and  in 
health,  in  joy  and  in  sorrow,  in  life  and  in  death  ;  for  friends, 
and  kindred,  and  kind  benefactors  ;  for  home  and  country  ;  for 
thy  Church  and  for  thy  Holy  Word  ;  yea,  Lord,  for  that  there  is 
nothing  for  which  we  may  not  bless  and  give  thanks  unto  Thee  : 
and  therefore  do  we  lift  up  our  hands  in  the  sanctuary,  and  call 
upon  thy  Name,  and  pay  our  vows  in  the  presence  of  all  thy 
people,  confessing  that  Thou  art  good  to  all  and  that  thy  tender 
mercies  are  over  all  thy  works.     Amen. 

H  For  Christmas. 

O  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  our  Redeemer  and  Saviour,  who  in 
thine  infinite  mercy  wast  pleased  to  take  upon  Thee  our  fallen 
nature,  and  to  be  born  into  the  world  :  Grant,  we  beseech  Thee, 
so  to  be  born  spiritually  in  each  one  of  us,  that  heavenly  peace 
and  good  will  may  descend  into  our  hearts,  and  reign  therein 
forever.    Amen. 

H  For  Easter. 

O  Lord  our  Redeemer,  who  didst  bow  the  heavens  and  come 
down  for  our  salvation,  and  who  hast  overcome  death  and  opened 
unto  lis  the  gates  of  everlasting  life  ;  mercifully  grant  that  a 
resurrection  from  all  spiritual  death  may  be  wrought  in  us, 
whereby  we  may  be  raised  up  into  communion  with  Thee,  and 
dwell  evermore  in  thy  presence,  who  livest  and  reignest,  the 
only  God  of  heaven  and  earth,  forever.     Amen. 


PRAYERS    AND   THANKSGIVINGS.  55 

11    for  Ascension. 

Grant,  we  beseech  Thee,  O  Lord,  that  as  we  believe  Thee  in 
thy  glorified  Humanity  to  have  ascended  into  the  heavens,  so 
may  we  in  heart  and  mind  thither  ascend,  and  with  Thee  con- 
tinually dwell,  who  livest  and  reignest,  the  only  God  of  heaven 
and  earth,  forever.     Amen. 

If  For  the  Holy  Spirit. 

O  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  who,  through  the  glorification  of 
thy  Humanity,  didst  send  down  thy  Holy  Spirit  to  be  the  light 
of  our  life  and  the  inspiration  of  our  hearts  ;  grant  that  we  may 
so  receive  this  precious  gift,  that  we  may  bring  forth  fruit  and 
that  our  fruit  may  remain.  In  our  trials  and  temptations,  leave 
us  not  comfortless,  but  make  thy  presence  so  known  and  felt, 
that  thy  joy  may  be  in  us  and  that  our  joy  may  be  full.     Amen. 

If  In  Preparation  for  the  Holy  Supper. 

Have  mercy  upon  us,  0  God,  according  to  thy  loving-kind- 
ness ;  according  to  the  multitude  of  thy  tender  mercies,  blot  out 
our  transgressions.  For  we  acknowledge  our  transgressions,  and 
our  sins  are  ever  before  us.  We  confess  that  we  have  sinned 
against  Thee,  in  thought,  word,  and  deed,  and  are  not  worthy  to 
be  called  thy  children.  But  Thou,  O  Lord,  art  good,  and  ready 
to  forgive,  and  plenteous  in  mercy  to  all  them  that  call  upon 
Thee.  To  the  broken  in  heart  Thou  hast  promised  to  be  near, 
and  to  save  such  as  be  of  a  contrite  spirit.  Grant  us  a  spirit  of 
sincere  contrition,  that,  searching  our  hearts  by  the  light  of  thy 
truth,  we  may  be  enabled  to  see  and  acknowledge  our  evils,  and 
to  shun  them  as  sins  against  Thee.  And  may  we  be  thus  deliv- 
ered, 0  Lord,  from  all  idolatry  of  self  and  the  world,  from  all 
pride  and  self-will,  from  all  prejudice,  blindness,  and  hardness 
of  heart,  from  covetousness  and  ambition,  from  all  feelings  of 
animosity  and  resentment,  and  contempt  for  those  whom  we  dis- 
like. And  give  us  that  sense  of  our  own  weakness,  which  com- 
pels us  to  seek  help  from  Thee,  that  we  may  be  thus  led  to  look 
for  strength  and  support  to  those  means  which  Thou  hast  pro- 
vided. And  by  such  sincere  repentance  and  humility,  may  we 
be  prepared,  O  Lord,  for  thy  Holy  Supper,  that  our  hearts  may 
be  opened  to  receive  of  thy  Divine  Body  and  Blood,  and  that  we 
may  be  brought  thereby  not  only  into  thy  presence,  but  into  that 
conjunction  with  Thee  which  is  eternal  life.     Amen. 


56  PRAYERS   AND   THANKSGIVINGS. 

H  Prayers  for  the  Close  of  Worship. 

Grant,  we  beseech  Tliee,  0  Lord  our  God,  that  the  words 
which  we  have  heard  this  day  may,  through  thy  grace,  be  so  en- 
grafted in  our  hearts,  that  they  may  bring  forth  in  us  the  fruits 
of  righteousness,  to  the  salvation  of  our  souls,  the  edification  of 
thy  church,  and  the  honor  and  glory  of  thy  holy  name.    Amen. 

O  Lord,  our  Heavenly  Father,  impress  upon  our  minds  the 
truths  of  thy  Word  :  open  our  eyes  to  behold  the  wonders  of  thy 
law  :  shed  abroad  thy  love  in  our  hearts,  and  enable  us  to  do  thy 
will.  Continue  unto  us  thy  favor,  which  is  life,  and  thy  loving- 
kindness,  which  is  better  than  life.  Guide  us  by  thy  counsel, 
and  receive  us  at  last  into  thy  presence.     Amen. 

Direct  us,  O  Lord,  in  all  our  doings  with  thy  most  gracious 
favor,  and  further  us  with  thy  continual  help  ;  that  in  all  our 
works  begun,  continued,  and  ended  in  Thee,  we  may  glorify  thy 
holy  name,  and  finally,  by  thy  mercy,  obtain  everlasting  life. 
Amen. 

Almighty  Father,  the  Fountain  of  all  wisdom,  who  knowest 
our  necessities  before  we  ask,  and  our  ignorance  in  asking  :  We 
beseech  Thee  to  have  compassion  upon  our  infirmities  ;  and 
those  things  which,  for  our  unworthiness,  we  dare  not,  and  for 
our  blindness,  we  can  not  ask,  vouchsafe,  O  Lord,  to  give  us, 
for  thine  own  mercy's  sake.     Amen. 

O  Lord  our  God,  who  hast  given  us  grace  with  one  accord  to 
make  our  common  supplications  unto  Thee,  and  hast  promised 
that  where  two  or  three  are  gathered  together  in  thy  Name,  Thou 
wilt  be  in  the  midst  of  them  to  grant  their  requests  :  Fulfill  now, 
O  Lord,  the  petitions  of  thy  servants,  as  may  be  most  profitable 
for  them,  granting  us  in  this  world  knowledge  of  thy  truth,  and 
in  the  world  to  come  life  everlasting.     Amen. 


LESSONS    FROM    THE    PSALMS. 

FOR    RESPONSIVE    READING. 


LESSON    I. 


PSALM  XXV. 


UNTO  Thee,  0  Lord,  do  I  lift  up  my  soul. 
0  my  God,  I  trust  in  Thee  : 
Let  me  not  be  ashamed  ; 
Let  not  mine  enemies  triumph  over  me. 
Yea,  let  none  that  wait  on  Thee  be  ashamed  : 
Let  them  be  ashamed  who  transgress  without  cause. 
Show  me  thy  ways,  O  Lord  ; 
Teach  Thou  me  thy  paths. 
Lead  me  in  thy  truth,  and  teach  me  : 

For  Thou  art  the  God  of  my  salvation;  on  Thee  do  I  wait  all  the 
day. 

Remember,  O  Lord,  thy  tender  mercies  and  thy  loving-kind- 
nesses ; 

For  they  are  from  everlasting. 

Remember  not  the  sins  of  my  youth,  nor  my  transgressions  : 

According  to  thy  mercy  remember  Thou  me,  for  thy  goodness'  sake, 
0  Lord. 

Good  and  upright  is  the  Lord  : 

Therefore  will  He  teach  sinners  in  the  way. 

The  meek  will  He  guide  in  judgment : 

And  the  meek  will  He  teach  his  icay. 

All  the  paths  of  the  Lord  are  mercy  and  truth  to  those  that  keep 

his  covenant  and  his  testimonies. 
For  thy  name's  sake,  0  Lord,  pardon  mine  iniquity ;  for  it  is 

great. 
What  man  is  he  that  f  eareth  the  Lord  ? 
Him  shall  He  teach  in  the  way  that  he  shall  choose. 


58  LESSONS   FKOM   THE   PSALMS. 

His  soul  shall  dwell  in  good  ; 

And  Ms  seed  shall  inherit  the  earth. 

The  secret  of  the  Lord  is  with  them  that  fear  Him  ; 

And  his  covenant,  to  give  them  knowledge. 

Mine  eyes  are  ever  toward  the  Lord  ; 

For  He  shall  pluck  my  feet  out  of  the  net. 

Turn  Thee  unto  me,  and  have  mercy  upon  me  ; 

For  I  am  desolate  and  afflicted. 

The  troubles  of  my  heart  are  enlarged  : 

0  bring  Thou  me  out  of  my  distresses. 

Look  upon  mine  affliction  and  my  pain  ; 

And  forgive  all  my  sins. 

Consider  mine  enemies  ;  for  they  are  many  ; 

And  they  hate  me  icith  cruel  hatred. 

O  keep  my  soul,  and  deliver  me  : 

Let  me  not  be  ashamed,  for  I  put  my  trust  in  Thee. 

Let  integrity  and  uprightness  preserve  me,  for  I  wait  on  Thee. 

Redeem  Israel,  0  God,  out  of  all  his  troubles. 

PSALM  XXIII. 

THE  Lord  is  my  Shepherd  ; 
I  shall  not  want. 

He  maketh  me  to  lie  down  in  green  pastures  : 

He  leadeth  me  beside  the  still  waters. 

He  restoreth  my  soul : 

He  leadeth  me  in  the  paths  of  righteousness  for  Ms  name's  sake. 

Yea,  though  I  walk  through  the  valley  of  the  shadow  of  death, 

I  will  fear  no  evil : 
For  Thou  art  with  me  ;  thy  rod  and  thy  staff  they  comfort  me. 

Thou  preparest  a  table  before  me  in  the  presence  of  mine  ene- 
mies : 
Thou  anointest  my  head  with  oil;  my  cup  runneth  over. 

Surely  goodness  and  mercy  shall  follow  me  all  the  days  of  my 

life  ; 
And  I  shall  dwell  in  the  house  of  the  Lord  for  ever. 


LESSON     II. 

PSALM  XXXI. 


IN  Thee,  O  Lord,  do  I  put  my  trust ;  let  me  never  be  ashamed  : 
Deliver  me  in  thy  righteousness. 
Bow  down  thine  ear  to  me  ;  deliver  me  speedily  : 
Be  Thou  to  me  a  rock  of  strength,  for  an  house  of  defence  to  save 
me. 


LESSONS  FROM  THE  PSALMS. 


59 


For  Thou  art  my  rock  and  my  fortress  : 
Therefore  for  thy  name's  sake  lead  me,  and  guide  me. 
Pull  me  out  of  the  net  that  they  have  privily  laid  for  me  : 
For  Thou  art  my  strength. 
Into  thine  hand  I  commit  my  spirit : 
Thou  hast  redeemed  me,  0  Lord  God  of  truth. 
I  have  hated  them  that  regard  lying  vanities  : 
But  I  have  trusted  in  the  Lord. 
I  will  be  glad  and  rejoice  in  thy  mercy  : 

For  Thou  hast  considered  my  trouble ;  Thou  hast  known  my  soul 
in  adversities  : 

And  hast  not  shut  me  up  into  the  hand  of  the  enemy  : 
Thou  hast  set  my  feet  in  a  large  place. 
Have  mercy  upon  me,  O  Lord,  for  I  am  in  trouble  : 
Mine  eye  is  consumed  with  grief  yea,  my  soul  and  my  belly. 
For  my  life  is  spent  with  grief,  and  my  years  with  sighing  : 
My  strength  faileth  because  of  mine  iniquity,  and  my  bones  are 
consumed. 

I  was  a  reproach  among  all  mine  enemies,  but  especially  among 
my  neighbors,  and  a  fear  to  mine  acquaintance  : 

They  that  did  see  me  without  fled  from  me. 

I  am  forgotten  as  a  dead  man  out  of  mind  : 

I  am  like  a  broken  vessel. 

For  I  have  heard  the  slander  of  many  :  fear  was  on  every  side  : 

While  they  took  counsel  together  against  me,  they  devised  to  take 
away  my  life. 

But  I  trusted  in  Thee,  0  Lord  : 

I  said,  Thou  art  my  God. 

My  times  are  in  thy  hand  : 

Deliver  me  from  the  hand  of  mine  enemies,  and  from  them  that 

persecute  me. 
Make  thy  face  to  shine  upon  thy  servant : 
Save  me  for  thy  mercies'  sake. 

PSALM  XXVIII. 

UNTO  Thee  will  I  cry,  O  Lord,  my  rock  ;  be  not  silent  unto 
me  : 
Lest,  if  Thou  be  silent  to  me,  I  become  like  them  that  go  doicn  into 

the  pit. 
Hear  the  voice  of  my  supplications,  when  I  cry  unto  Thee  ; 
When  I  lift  up  my  hands  toward  thy  holy  oracle. 
Draw  me  not  away  with  the  wicked,  and  with  the  workers  of 

iniquity , 
Which  speak  peace  to  their  neiglibors,  but  mischief  is  in  their 

hearts. 


60  LESSONS    FROM   THE    PSALMS. 

Give  them  according  to  their  deeds,  and  according  to  the  wick- 
edness of  their  endeavors  : 

Give  them  according  to  the  work  of  their  hands ;  render  to  ther.i 
their  desert. 

Blessed  be  the  Lord,  because  He  hath  heard  the  voice  of  my 
supplications. 

The  Lord  is  my  strength  and  my  shield; 

My  heart  trusted  in  Him,  and  I  am  helped  : 

Therefore  my  heart  greatly  rejoiceth,  and  with  my  song  I  will 
praise  Him. 

The  Lord  is  their  strength  : 

And  He  is  the  saving  strength  of  his  anointed. 

Save  thy  people,  and  bless  thine  inheritance  : 
Feed  them  also,  and  lift  them  up  for  ever. 


LESSON     III. 

PSALM  XXI. 

THE  king  shall  joy  in  thy  strength,  O  Lord  , 
And  in  thy  salvation  how  greatly  shall  he  rejoice  ! 
Thou  hast  given  him  his  heart's  desire  ; 
And  hast  not  withholden  the  request  of  his  lips. 
For  Thou  meetest  him  with  the  blessings  of  goodness  ; 
Thou  settest  a  crown  of  pure  gold  on  his  head. 
He  asked  life  of  Thee,  and  Thou  gavest  it  him ; 
Length  of  days  for  ever  and  ever. 
His  glory  is  great  in  thy  salvation  ; 
Honor  and  majesty  hast  Thou  laid  upon  him. 
For  Thou  hast  made  him  most  blessed  for  ever : 
Thou  hast  made  him  glad  tcith  the  joy  of  thy  countenance. 
For  the  king  trusted  in  the  Lord  ; 

And  through  the  mercy  of  the  most  High  he  shall  not  be  moved. 
Be  Thou  exalted,  O  Lord,  in  thine  own  strength  : 
So  will  we  sing  and  praise  thy  power. 

PSALM  XXXIV. 

I  WILL  bless  the  Lord  at  all  times  : 
His  praise  shall  continually  be  in  my  mouth. 
My  soul  shall  make  her  boast  in  the  Lord  : 
The  humble  shall  hear,  and  be  glad. 
O  magnify  the  Lord  with  me  ; 
And  let  us  exalt  his  name  together. 


LESSOXS  FROM  THE  PSALMS.  61 

I  sought  the  Lord  and  He  heard  me  ; 
And  delivered  me  from  all  my  fears. 
They  looked  unto  Him,  and  were  lightened  : 
And  their  faces  were  not  ashamed. 

O.  taste  and  see  that  the  Lord  is  good  ; 
Blessed  is  the  man  that  trusteth  in  Him. 
0  fear  the  Lord,  ye  his  saints  : 
For  fliere  is  no  want  to  them  that  fear  Him. 

Keep  thy  tongue  from  evil,  and  thy  lips  from  speaking  guile. 

Depart  from  evil,  and  do  good  ;  seek  peace,  and  pursue  it. 

The  eyes  of  the  Lord  are  upon  the  righteous  ; 

And  his  ears  are  open  unto  their  cry. 

The  face  of  the  Lord  is  against  them  that  do  evil : 

To  cut  off  the  remembrance  of  them  from  the  earth. 

The  righteous  cry,  and  the  Lord  heareth  ; 

And  delivereth  them  out  of  all  their  troubles. 

The  Lord  is  nigh  unto  the  broken  in  heart ; 

And  saveth  such  as  be  of  a  contrite  spirit. 

Many  are  the  afflictions  of  the  righteous  : 

But  the  Lord  doth  deliver  him  from  them  all. 

He  keepeth  all  his  bones  : 

Not  one  of  them  is  broken. 

Evil  shall  slay  the  vricked  : 

And  they  thai  hate  the  righteous  shall  be  condemned. 

The  Lord  redeemeth  the  soul  of  his  servants  : 

And  none  of  them  tlwt  trust  in  Him  shall  be  condemned. 


LESSOX    IV. 

PSALM  XXXV 11. 


FRET  not  thyself  because  of  evildoers  ; 
Neither  be  thou  envious  against  the  workers  of  iniquity. 
For  they  shall  soon  be  cut  down  like  the  grass  ; 
And  shall  wither  as  the  green  herb. 
Trust  in  the  Lord,  and  do  good  ; 

So  shalt  thou  dwell  in  the  land,  and  verily  thou  shalt  be  fed. 
Delight  thyself  also  in  the  Lord  ; 
And  He  shall  give  thee  the  desires  of  thine  heart. 

Commit  thy  way  unto  the  Lord  : 

Trust  also  in  Him  ;  and  He  shall  bring  it  to  pass. 

And  He  shall  bring  forth  thy  righteousness  as  the  light ; 

And  thy  judgment  as  the  noonday. 


62  LESSONS  FROM  THE  PSALMS. 

Rest  in  the  Lord,  and  wait  patiently  for  Him  : 
Fret  not  thyself  because  of  him  icho  prospereth  in  his  way,  because 
of  the  man  "who  bring eth  icicked  devices  to  pass. 

Cease  from  anger,  and  forsake  wrath  : 
Fret  not  thyself  in  any  wise  to  do  evil. 

For  evildoers  shall  be  cut  off  : 

But  those  that  icait  upon  the  Lord,  they  shall  inherit  the  earth. 

For  yet  a  little  while,  and  the  wicked  shall  not  be  : 

Yea,  thou  shalt  diligently  consider  his  place,  and  it  shall  not  be. 

But  the  meek  shall  inherit  the  earth  : 

And  shall  delight  themselves  in  tJie  abundance  of  peace. 

The  Lord  knoweth  the  days  of  the  upright ; 
And  their  inheritance  shall  be  for  ever. 

They  shall  not  be  ashamed  in  the  evil  time  : 
And  in  the  days  of  famine  they  shall  be  satisfied. 

But  the  wicked  shall  perish,  and  the  enemies  of  the  Loed  shall 

be  as  the  fat  of  lambs  : 
They  shall  consume  ;  into  smoke  shall  they  consume  away 
The  wicked  borroweth,  and  payeth  not  again  •. 
But  the  righteous  showeth  mercy,  and  giveth. 

For  such  as  be  blessed  of  Him  shall  inherit  the  earth  ; 

And  they  that  be  cursed  of  Him  shall  be  cut  off. 

The  steps  of  a  good  man  are  ordered  by  the  Loed  : 

And  He  delight  eth  in  his  icay. 

Though  he  fall,  he  shall  not  be  utterly  cast  down  : 

For  the  Lord  upholdeth  him  with  his  hand. 

I  have  been  young,  and  now  am  old  ; 

Yet  have  I  not  seen  the  righteous  forsaken,  nor  his  seed  begging 

bread. 
He  is  gracious  all  the  day,  and  lendeth  ; 
And  his  seed  is  blessed. 
Depart  from  evil,  and  do  good  ; 
And  dwell  for  evermore. 

For  the  Lord  loveth  judgment,  and  forsaketh  not  his  saints  ; 
They  are  preserved  for  ever ; 
But  the  seed  of  the  wicked  shall  be  cut  off  : 
The  righteous  shall  inherit  the  land  and  dicell  therein  for  ever. 
The  mouth  of  the  righteous  speaketh  wisdom  ; 
And  his  tongue  doth  talk  of  judgment. 
The  law  of  his  God  is  in  his  heart ; 
None  of  his  steps  shall  slide. 
The  wicked  watcheth  the  righteous  ; 
And  seeketh  to  slay  him. 


LESSONS    FKOM    THE    PSALMS.  63 

The  Lord  will  not  leave  him  in  his  hand  ; 

Nor  condemn  him  when  he  is  judged. 

Wait  on  the  Lord,  and  keep  his  way,  and  He  shall  exalt  thee  to 

inherit  the  land  : 
When  the  tricked  are  cut  off,  thou  shalt  see  it. 
I  have  seen  the  wicked  in  great  power  ; 
And  spreading  himself  like  a  green  bay  tree. 
Yet  he  passed  away,  and,  lo,  he  was  not  : 
Yea,  I  sought  him,  but  he  could  not  be  found. 
Mark  the  perfect  man,  and  behold  the  upright : 
For  the  end  of  that  man  is  peace. 
But  the  transgressors  shall  be  destroyed  together  : 
The  end  of  the  wicked  shall  be  cut  off. 
But  the  salvation  of  the  righteous  is  of  the  Lord  : 
He  is  their  strength  in  the  time  of  trouble. 
And  the  Lord  shall  help  thern,  and  deliver  them  : 
He  shall  deliver  them  from  the  icicked,  and  save  them,  because  they 

trust  in  Him. 


LESSON    V. 

PSALM  XLII. 


AS  the  hart  panteth  for  the  brooks  of  water ; 
So  panteth  my  soul  for  Thee,  0  God. 
My  soul  thirsteth  for  God,  for  the  living  God  : 
When  shall  I  come  and  appear  before  God? 
My  tears  have  been  my  meat  day  and  night ; 
While  they  continually  say  unto  me,  Where  is  thy  God? 

Why  art  thou  cast  down,  0  my  soul  ?  and  why  art  thou  dis- 
quieted in  me  ? 

Hope  thou  in  God  ;  for  I  shall  yet  praise  Him  for  the  help  of  his 
countenance. 

0  my  God,  my  soul  is  cast  down  within  me  : 

Therefore  will  I  remember  Thee  from  the  land  of  Jordan,  and  of 
Hermon,  from  the  hill  Mizar. 

Deep  calleth  unto  deep  at  the  noise  of  thy  waterspouts  : 
All  thy  leaves  and  thy  billows  are  gone  over  me. 

Yet  the  Lord  will  command  his  loving  kindness  in  the  daytime  ; 
And  in  the  night  his  song  shall  be  with  me,  and  my  prayer  unto 
the  God  of  my  life: 

1  will  say  unto  God  my  Rock,  Why  hast  Thou  forgotten  me  ? 
Why  go  I  mourning  because  of  the  oppression  of  the  enemy? 


64  LESSONS  FROM  THE  PSALMS. 

As  with  a  sword  in  my  bones,  mine  enemies  reproach  me  ; 

While  they  say  daily  unto  me,  Where  is  thy  God  f 

Why  art  thou  cast  down,  0  my  soul  ?  and  why  art  thou  dis- 
quieted within  me  ? 

Hope  thou  in  God;  for  I  shall  yet  praise  Him,  who  is  the  health 
of  my  countenance,  and  my  God. 

PSALM  LXII. 

TRULY  my  soul  waiteth  upon  God  : 
From  Him  cometh  my  salvation. 
He  only  is  my  rock  and  my  salvation  ; 
He  is  my  defence,  I  shall  not  be  greatly  moved. 
How  long  will  ye  assault  a  man  ? 
How  long  will  ye  all  shatter  him  like  a  bowing  wall  or  a  tottering 

fence  ? 
They  only  consult  to  cast  him  down  from  his  eminence  ;  they 

delight  in  lies  : 
They  bless  with  their  mouth,  but  they  curse  inwardly. 
My  soul,  wait  thou  only  upon  God  : 
For  my  expectation  is  from  Him. 
He  only  is  my  rock  and  my  salvation  : 
He  is  my  defence  ;  I  shall  not  be  moved. 
In  God  is  my  salvation  and  my  glory  : 
The  rock  of  my  strength,  and  my  refuge,  is  in  God. 
Trust  in  Him  at  all  times,  ye  people  ;  pour  out  your  heart  before 

Him  : 
God  is  a  refuge  for  us. 
Surely  men  of  low  degree  are  vanity,  and  men  of  high  degree 

are  a  lie  : 
To  be  laid  in  the  balance,  they  are  altogether  lighter  than  vanity. 
Trust  not  in  oppression,  and  become  not  vain  in  robbery  : 
If  riches  increase,  set  not  your  heart  upon  them. 
God  hath  spoken  once,  twice  have  I  heard  it ; 
That  power  belongeth  unto  God. 
Also  unto  Thee,  0  Lord,  belongeth  mercy  : 
For  Thou  renderest  to  every  man  according  to  his  work. 
Help  us,  O  God  of  our  salvation,  for  the  glory  of  thy  name  : 
And  deliver  us,  and  purge  away  our  sins,  for  thy  name's  sake. 


LESSONS    FROM   THE    PSALMS.  65 

LESSON     VI. 

PSALM  XLIII. 

JUDGE  me,  O  God,  and  plead  my  cause  against  an  ungodly 
nation  : 
0  deliver  me  from  the  man  of  deceit  and  iniquity. 

For  Thou  art  the  God  of  my  strength  :  why  dost  Thou  cast  me 

off? 
Why  go  I  mourning  became  of  the  oppression  of  the  enemy? 
O  send  out  thy  light  and  thy  truth  ;  let  them  lead  me  : 
Let  them  bring  me  unto  thy  holy  hill,  and  to  thy  tabernacles. 
Then  will  I  go  unto  the  altar  of  God,  unto  God  the  gladness  of 

my  joy : 
And  I  will  praise  Thee  upon  the  harp,  0  God  my  God. 

Why  art  thou  bowed  down,  0  my  soul  ?  and  why  art  thou  dis- 
quieted within  me  ? 

Hope  in  God;  for  I  shall  yet  praise  Him,  icho  is  the  health  of  my 
countenance,  and  my  God. 

PSALM  LI. 

HAVE  mercy  upon  me,  O  God,  according  to  thy  loving-kind- 
ness : 

According  to  the  multitude  of  thy  mercies  blot  out  my  transgres- 
sions. 

Wash  me  thoroughly  from  mine  iniquity  ; 

And  cleanse  me  from  my  sin. 

For  I  acknowledge  my  transgressions  : 

And  my  sin  is  ever  before  me. 

Against  Thee,  Thee  only,  have  I  sinned,  and  done  evil  in  thy 
sight : 

That  Thou  mightest  be  justified  ichen  Thou,  spedkest,  and  be  clear 
when  Thou  judgest. 

Purge  me  with  hyssop,  and  I  shall  be  clean  : 

Wash  me,  and  I  shall  be  whiter  than  snow. 

Make  me  to  hear  joy  and  gladness  : 

That  the  bones  which  Thou  hast  broken  may  rejoice. 

Hide  thy  face  from  my  sins  ; 

And  blot  out  all  mine  iniquities*. 

Create  in  me  a  clean  heart,  0  God  ; 

And  renew  a  right  spirit  within  me. 

Cast  me  not  away  from  thy  presence  ; 
And  take  not  thy  Holy  Spirit  from  one. 

Restore  unto  me  the  joy  of  thy  salvation  ; 
And  uphold  me  with  thy  free  Spirit. 


66  LESSONS  FROM  THE  PSALMS. 

I  will  teach,  transgressors  thy  way  ; 
And  sinners  shall  be  converted  unto  Thee. 

Deliver  me  from  blood,  0  God,  Thou  God  of  my  salvation  : 
And  my  tongue  shall  sing  aloud  of  thy  righteousness. 

0  Lord,  open  Thou  my  lips  ; 

And  my  mouth  shall  show  forth  thy  praise. 

For  Thou  desirest  not  sacrifice  ;  else  would  I  give  : 

Thou  delightest  not  in  burnt  offering. 

The  sacrifices  of  God  are  a  broken  spirit : 

A  broken  and  a  contrite  heart,  0  God,  Thou  wilt  not  despise. 

Do  good  in  thy  good  pleasure  unto  Zion  : 

Build  Thou  the  toalls  of  Jerusalem. 

PSALM  XLVI. 

GOD  is  our  refuge  and  strength  ; 
A  very  present  help  in  trouble. 
Therefore  will  not  we  fear,  though  the  earth  be  removed  ; 
And  though  the  mountains  be  cast  into  the  midst  of  the  seas. 
Though  the  waters  thereof  roar  and  be  troubled  ; 
Though  the  mountains  shake  with  the  swelling  thereof. 
There  is  a  river,  whose  streams  shall  make  glad  the  city  of  GOD ; 
The  holy  place  of  the  tabernacles  of  the  Most  High. 

God  is  the  midst  of  her,  she  shall  not  be  moved  : 

God  will  help  her  at  the  dawn  of  the  morning. 

The  heathen  raged:  the  kingdoms  were  moved  : 

He  uttered  his  voice,  the  earth  did  melt. 

The  Lord  of  Hosts  is  with  us ; 

The  God  of  Jacob  is  our  refuge. 

Come,  behold  the  works  of  the  Lord,  what  desolations  He  hath 

made  in  the  earth. 
He  maketh  wars  to  cease  unto  the  end  of  the  earth. 
He  breaketh  the  bow,  and  cutteth  the  spear  in  sunder  ; 
He  bumeth  the  chariots  in  the  fire. 
Be  still,  and  know  that  I  am  God  : 

1  will  be  exalted  among  the  heathen,  I  will  be  exalted  in  the  earth. 

The  Lord  of  Hosts  is  with  us  ; 
The  God  of  Jacob  is  our  refuge. 


LESSON    VII. 

PSALM  LIV. 


s 


AVE  me,  O  God,  by  thy  name  ; 
And  judge  me  by  thy  strength. 


LESSONS  FKOM  THE  PSALMS.  67 

Hear  my  prayer,  O  God  ; 

Give  ear  to  the  words  of  my  mouth. 

For  strangers  are  risen  up  against  me,  and  oppressors  seek  after 

my  soul : 
They  have  not  set  God  before  them. 

Behold,  God  is  mine  helper  : 

The  Lord  is  icith  them  that  uphold  my  soul. 

He  shall  reward  evil  unto  mine  enemies  : 

Cut  them  off  in  thy  truth. 

I  will  freely  sacrifice  unto  Thee  : 

I  will  praise  thy  name,  0  Lord;  for  it  is  good. 

For  He  hath  delivered  me  out  of  all  trouble  : 

And  mine  eye  hath  looked  upon  mine  enemies. 

PSALM  LXI. 

HEAR  my  cry,  O  God  ; 
Attend  unto  my  prayer. 
From  the  end  of  the  earth  will  I  cry  unto  Thee  : 
When  mine  heart  is  overwhelmed,  lead  me  to  the  Mock  that  is 
higher  than  L. 

For  Thou  hast  been  a  shelter  for  me ; 

A  strong  tower  from  the  enemy. 

I  will  abide  in  thy  tabernacle  for  ever  : 

I  will  trust  in  the  covert  of  thy  wings. 

For  Thou,  O  God,  hast  heard  my  vows  : 

Thou  hast  given  me  the  heritage  of  those  that  fear  thy  name. 

Thou  wilt  add  days  to  the  days  of  the  king  : 

His  years  as  generation  and  generation. 

He  shall  abide  before  God  for  ever  : 

0  prepare  mercy  and  truth,  let  them  preserve  him. 
So  will  I  sing  praise  unto  thy  name  for  ever ; 
That  I  may  daily  perform  my  vows. 

PSALM  LV. 

GIVE  ear  to  my  prayer,  O  God  ; 
And  hide  not  Thyself  from  my  supplication. 
Attend  unto  me,  and  hear  me  : 

1  mourn  in  my  complaint,  and  make  a  noise  : 

Because  of  the  voice  of  the  enemy,  because  of  the  oppression  of 

the  wicked  : 
For  they  cast  iniquity  upon  me,  and  in  anger  do  they  hate  me. 
My  heart  is  sore  pained  within  me  : 
And  the  terrors  of  death  are  fallen  upon  me. 


68  LESSONS   FROM   THE   PSALMS. 

Fearf  ulness  and  trembling  are  come  upon  me  ; 

And  horror  hath  overwhelmed  me. 

And  I  said,  Oh  that  I  had  wings  like  a  dove  ! 

For  then  would  I  fly  away,  and  be  at  rest. 

Lo,  then  would  I  wander  far  off,  and  remain  in  the  wilderness. 

I  would  hasten  my  escape  from  the  windy  storm  and  tempest. 

As  for  me,  I  will  call  upon  God  ; 

And  the  Lord  shall  save  me. 

Evening,  and  morning,  and  at  noon,  will  I  pray,  and  cry  aloud  : 

And  He  will  hear  my  voice. 

He  will  deliver  my  soul  in  peace  from  the  battle  that  was  against 

me  : 
For  there  are  many  with  me. 

God  shall  hear,  and  afflict  them,  even  He  that  abideth  of  old. 
Because  they  have  no  changes,  therefore  they  fear  not  God. 

He  hath  put  forth  his  hands  against  such  as  be  at  peace  with 

him  ; 
He  hath  broken  his  covenant. 
The  words  of  his  mouth  were  smoother  than  butter,  but  war 

was  in  his  heart : 
His  words  were  softer  than  oil,  yet  were  they  drawn  swords. 
Cast  thy  burden  upon  the  Lord,  and  He  will  sustain  thee : 
He  will  never  suffer  the  righteous  to  be  moved. 


LESSON     VIII. 

PSALM  LXX. 


MAKE  haste,  O  God,  to  deliver  me  : 
Make  haste  to  help  me,  0  Lord. 
Let  them  be  ashamed  and  confounded  that  seek  after  my  soul : 
Let  them  be  turned  backward,  and  put  to  confusion,  that  desire  my 

hurt. 
Let  all  those  that  seek  Thee  rejoice  and  be  glad  in  Thee  : 
And  let  such  as  love  thy  salvation  say  continually,  Let  God  be  mag- 
nified. 
But  I  am  poor  and  needy  :  make  haste  unto  me,  0  God  : 
Thou  art  my  help  and  my  deliverer,  0  Lord,  make  no  delay. 

PSALM  LXXI. 

IN  Thee,  O  Lord,  do  I  put  my  trust : 
Let  me  never  be  put  to  confusion. 
Deliver  me  in  thy  righteousness,  and  cause  me  to  escape  : 
Incline  thine  ear  unto  me,  and  save  me. 


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Be  Thou  my  strong  habitation,  whereunto  I  may  continually 

resort : 
Thou  hast  given  commandment  to  save  me,  for  Thou  art  my  rock 

and  my  fortress. 

Deliver  me,  0  my  God,  out  of  the  hand  of  the  wicked  ; 
Out  of  the  hand  of  the  unrighteous  and  cruel  man. 

For  Thou  art  my  hope,  0  Lord  God  : 
Thou  hast  been  my  trust  from  my  youth. 

I  am  as  a  wonder  unto  many  ; 
But  Thou  art  my  strong  refuge. 

Let  my  mouth  be  filled  with  thy  praise  ; 
And  with  thy  honor  all  the  day. 

Cast  me  not  off  in  the  time  of  old  age  : 

Forsake  me  not  when  my  strength  faileth. 

For  mine  enemies  speak  against  me  : 

And  they  that  lay  wait  for  my  soul  take  counsel  together  : 

They  say,  God  hath  forsaken  him  : 

Persecute  and  take  him,  for  there  is  none  to  deliver. 

O  God,  be  not  far  from  me  : 

0  my  God,  make  haste  for  my  help. 

Let  them  be  confounded  and  consumed  that  are  adversaries  to 

my  soul  : 
Let  them  be  covered  with  reproach  and  dishonor  that  seek  my  hurt. 
But  I  will  hope  continually  ; 
And  will  yet  praise  Thee  more  and  more. 

My  mouth  shall  show  forth  thy  righteousness  and  thy  salvation 

all  the  day  ; 
For  I  know  not  the  numbers  thereof. 

1  will  go  in  the  strength  of  the  Lord  God  : 

I  will  make  mention  of  thy  righteousness,  of  thine  only. 
O  God,  Thou  hast  taught  me  from  my  youth  : 
And  hitherto  have  I  declared  thy  wondrous  works. 

Now  also  when  I  am  old  and  greyheaded,  0  God,  forsake  me 

not ; 
Until  I  have  showed  thy  strength  unto  a  generation,  and  thy  power 

to  every  one  that  is  to  come. 

Thy  righteousness,  also,  O  God,  is  very  high,  who  hast  done 

great  things  : 
0  God,  who  is  like  unto  Thee  ! 

Tbou,   who   hast   showed   me  great  and  sore  troubles,   shalt 

quicken  me  again  ; 
And  shalt  bring  me  up  again  from  the  depths  of  the  earth. 
Thou  shalt  increase  my  greatness  ; 
And  comfort  me  on  every  side. 


70  LESSONS  FROM  THE  PSALMS. 

I  will  also  praise  Thee  with  the  psaltery,  even  thy  truth,  O  my 

God: 
Unto  Thee  will  I  sing  with  the  harp,  0  Thou  Holy  One  of  Israel. 
My  lips  shall  greatly  rejoice  when  I  sing  unto  Thee  ; 
And  my  soul,  which  Thou  Jiast  redeemed. 

My  tongue  also  shall  talk  of  thy  righteousness  all  the  day  long  : 
For  they  are  confounded,  for  they  are  brought  unto  shame,  that 

seek  my  hurt. 


LESSON    IX. 

PSALM  LXXII. 

rt  IVE  the  king  thy  judgments,  0  God  ; 

IT    And  thy  righteousness  unto  the  king's  son. 

He  shall  judge  thy  people  with  righteousness  ; 

And  thy  poor  with  judgment. 

The  mountains  shall  bring  peace  to  the  people  ; 

And  the  little  hills,  by  righteousness. 

He  shall  judge  the  poor  of  the  people  ; 

He  shall  save  the  children  of  the  needy,  and  shall  crush  the  op- 
pressor. 

They  shall  fear  Thee  as  long  as  the  sun  and  moon  endure  ; 

Throughout  all  generations. 

He  shall  come  down  like  rain  upon  the  mown  grass  : 

As  showers  that  water  the  earth. 

In  his  days  shall  the  righteous  nourish  ; 

And  abundance  of  peace  till  the  moon  be  no  more. 

He  shall  have  dominion  also  from  sea  to  sea  ; 

And  from  the  river  unto  the  ends  of  the  earth. 

They  that  dwell  in  the  wilderness  shall  bow  before  Him  : 

And  his  enemies  shall  lick  the  dust. 

The  kings  of  Tarshish  and  of  the  isles  shall  bring  presents  : 

The  kings  of  Sheba  and  Seba  shall  offer  gifts. 

Yea,  all  kings  shall  bow  down  to  him  : 

All  nations  shall  serve  him. 

For  he  shall  deliver  the  needy  when  he  crieth  ; 

The  poor  also,  and  him  tJmt  hath  no  helper. 

He  shall  spare  the  poor  and  needy  ; 

And  shall  save  the  souls  of  the  needy. 

He  shall  redeem  their  soul  from  deceit  and  violence  : 

And  precious  shall  their  blood  be  in  his  sight. 

And  he  shall  live,  and  to  him  shall  be  given  of  the  gold  of  Sheba  : 

Prayer  also  shall  be  made  for  him  continually;  and  daily  shall 
he  be  praised. 


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PSALM  LXXXYITL 

OLORD  God  of  my  salvation,  I  have  cried  day  and  night  he- 
fore  Thee  : 
Let  my  grayer  come  before  Thee,  incline  thine  ear  unto  my  cry : 
For  my  soul  is  full  of  troubles  : 
And  my  life  draiceth  nigh  unto  the  grace. 
I  am  counted  with  them  that  go  down  into  the  pit : 
I  am  as  a  man  that  hath  no  strength  : 

I  am  neglected  among  the  dead,  like  the  slain  that  lie  in  the 

grave,  whom  Thou  rememberest  no  more  : 
And  they  are  cut  off  from  thy  hand. 
Thou  hast  laid  me  in  the  lowest  pit : 
In  darkness,  in  the  deeps. 
Thy  wrath  lieth  hard  upon  me  ; 
And  Thou  hast  afflicted  me  with  cdl  thy  leaves. 

Thou  hast  put  away  mine  acquaintance  far  from  me  ;  Thou  hast 

made  me  an  abomination  unto  them  : 
lam  shut  up,  and  I  cannot  come  forth. 
Mine  eye  mourneth  by  reason  of  affliction  : 
/  have  ccdled  daily  upon  Thee,  0  Lord,  I  have  stretched  out  my 

hands  unto  Thee. 

Wilt  Thou  show  wonders  to  the  dead  ? 
Shall  the  dead  arise  and  praise  Thee  ? 

Shall  thy  loving-kindness  be  declared  in  the  grave  ? 

Or  thy  faithfulness  in  destruction  ? 

Shall  thy  wonders  be  known  in  the  dark  ? 

And  thy  righteousness  in  the  land  of  forgetful  ness  f 

But  unto  Thee  have  I  cried,  0  Lord  ; 

And  in  the  morning  shall  my  prayer  come  before  Thee. 


LESSON     X. 

PSALM  LXXXV. 


THOU  hast  been  favorable,  O  Lord,  to  thy  land : 
Thou  hast  brought  back  the  captivity  of  Jacob. 
Thou  hast  forgiven  the  iniquity  of  thy  people  : 
Thou  hast  covered  cdl  their  sin. 
Thou  hast  taken  away  all  thy  wrath  : 
Thou  hast  turned  airay  from  the  burning  of  thine  anger. 
Restore  us,  O  God  of  our  salvation  ; 
And  turn  away  thine  anger  from  us. 


72  LESSONS   FROM   THE    PSALMS. 

Wilt  Tliou  be  angry  with  us  for  ever  ? 

Wilt  Thou  prolong  thine  anger  to  all  generations  ? 

Wilt  Thou  not  revive  us  again  : 

That  thy  'people  may  rejoice  in  Thee  ? 

Make  us  to  see  thy  mercy,  0  LORD  ; 

And  grant  us  thy  salvation. 

I  will  hear  what  God  the  Lord  will  speak  ;  for  He  will  speak 

peace  unto  his  people,  and  to  his  saints  : 
But  let  them  not  turn  again  to  folly. 
Surely  his  salvation  is  near  them  that  fear  Him  ; 
That  glory  may  dwell  in  our  land. 
Mercy  and  truth  are  met  together  ; 
Righteousness  and  peace  ham  kissed  each  other. 
Truth  shall  spring  out  of  the  earth  ; 
And  righteousness  shall  look  down  from  the  heavens. 
Yea,  the  Lord  shall  give  good  ; 
And  our  land  shall  yield  her  increase. 
Righteousness  shall  go  before  Him  ; 
And  shall  set  us  in  the  way  of  his  steps. 

PSALM  LXXX. 

&IVE  ear,  O  Shepherd  of  Israel,  Thou  that  leadest  Joseph  like 
a  flock  : 
Thou  that  dwellest  between  the  cherubim,  shine  forth. 
Before  Ephraim  and  Benjamin  and  Manasseh  stir  up  thy  strength; 
And  come  and  save  us. 
Turn  us  again,  0  God,  and  cause  thy  face  to  shine  ;  and  we  shall 

be  saved. 
0  Lord  God  of  hosts,  how  long  icilt  Thou  be  angry  against  the 
prayer  of  thy  people. 

Thou  feedest  them  with  the  bread  of  tears  ; 

And  givest  them  tears  to  drink  in  great  measure. 

Thou  makest  us  a  strife  unto  our  neighbors  : 

And  our  enemies  laugh  among  themselves. 

Turn  us  again,  0  God  of  hosts  ; 

And  cause  thy  face  to  shine,  and  ice  shall  be  saved. 

Thou  hast  brought  a  vine  out  of  Egypt : 

Thou  hast  cast  out  the  nations  and  planted  it. 

Thou  preparedst  room  before  it ; 

And  didst  cause  it  to  take  deep  root,  and  it  filled  the  land. 

The  hills  were  covered  with  the  shadow  of  it  ; 

And  the  boughs  thereof  were  like  the  cedars  of  God. 

She  sent  out  her  boughs  unto  the  sea  ; 

And  her  branches  unto  the  river. 


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Why  hast  Thou  then  broken  down  her  hedges  ; 

So  that  all  they  which  pass  by  the  way  do  pluck  her  f 

The  boar  out  of  the  wood  doth  waste  it ; 

And  the  wild  beast  of  the  field  doth  devour  it. 

Keturn,  we  beseech  Thee,  0  God  of  hosts : 

Look  down  from  heaven,  and  behold,  and  visit  this  vine : 

And  the  vineyard  which  thy  right  hand  hath  planted  ; 

And  the  branch  that  Thou  madest  strong  for  thyself. 

It  is  burned  with  fire,  it  is  cut  down  : 

They  perish  at  the  rebuke  of  thy  countenance. 

Let  thy  hand  be  upon  the  man  of  thy  right  hand  ; 

Upon  the  son  of  man  ichom  Thou  madest  strong  for  thyself. 

So  will  not  we  go  back  from  Thee  : 

Quicken  us,  and  ice  will  call  upon  thy  name. 

Turn  us  again,  O  Lord  God  of  hosts  ; 

Cause  thy  face  to  shine,  and  we  shall  be  saved. 


LESSON    XI. 

PSALM  CVII. 


OGIVE  thanks  unto  the  Lord,  for  He  is  good  : 
For  his  mercy  is  for  ever. 
Thus  shall  the  redeemed  of  the  Lord  say  ; 
Whom  He  hath  redeemed  from  the  hand  of  the  enemy : 

And  hath  gathered  them  out  of  the  lands,  from  the  east,  and  from 

the  west ; 
From  the  north,  and  from  the  south. 

They  wandered  in  the  wilderness  in  a  desolate  way  ; 

They  found  no  city  of  habitation. 

They  were  hungry  and  thirsty  ; 

Their  soul  did  faint  within  them. 

Then  they  cried  unto  the  Lord  in  their  trouble  ; 

He  delivered  them  out  of  their  distresses. 

And  He  led  them  forth  by  a  straight  way  ; 

To  go  to  a  city  of  habitation. 

Let  them  confess  to  the  Lord  his  mercy. 

And  his  wonderful  works  to  the  children  of  men! 

For  He  satisfieth  the  longing  soul ; 

And  filleth  the  hungry  soul  icith  good. 

Such  as  sit  in  darkness  and  in  the  shadow  of  death  ; 

Being  bound  in  affliction  and  iron  : 

Because  they  rebelled  against  the  words  of  God  ; 

And  contemned  the  counsel  of  the  Most  High : 


74  LESSONS    FROM   THE    PSALMS. 

Therefore  He  brought  down  their  heart  with  labor  : 
They  fell  down,  and  there  was  none  to  help. 

Then  they  cried  unto  the  Lord  in  their  trouble  ; 

He  saved  them  out  of  their  distresses. 

He  brought  them  out  of  darkness  and  the  shadow  of  death  ; 

And  brake  their  bands  in  sunder.  , 

Let  them  confess  to  the  Lord  his  mercy  : 

And  his  wonderful  works  to  the  children  of  men! 

For  He  hath  broken  the  gates  of  brass 

And  cut  the  bars  of  iron  in  sunder. 

Fools  because  of  their  transgression,  and  because  of  their  in- 
iquities, are  afflicted. 

Their  soul  abhorreth  all  manner  of  meat,  and  they  draw  near 
unto  the  gates  of  death. 

Then  they  cry  unto  the  Lord  in  their  trouble  ; 

He  saveth  them  out  of  their  distresses. 

He  sent  his  word,  and  healed  them  ; 

And  delivered  them  from  their  destructions. 

Let  them  confess  to  the  Lord  his  mercy  ; 

And  his  wonderful  works  to  the  children  of  men! 

And  let  them  sacrifice  the  sacrifices  of  thanksgiving  ; 

And  declare  his  works  with  rejoicing. 

They  that  go  down  to  the  sea  in  ships  ; 

That  do  business  in  great  waters. 

These  see  the  works  of  the  Lord  ; 

And  his  wonders  in  the  deep. 

For  He  commandeth,  and  raiseth  the  stormy  wind  ; 

Which  lifteth  up  the  leaves  tliereof. 

They  mount  up  to  heaven,  they  go  down  again  to  the  depths  : 

Their  soul  is  melted  because  of  trouble. 

They  reel  and  stagger  like  a  drunken  man  ; 

And  all  their  wisdom  is  brought  to  naught. 

Then  they  cry  unto  the  Lord  in  their  trouble  ; 

And  He  bringeth  them  out  of  their  distresses. 

He  maketh  the  storm  a  calm  ; 

And  the  leaves  thereof  are  still. 

Then  are  they  glad  because  they  are  quiet ; 

And  He  bringeth  them  unto  the  haven  of  their  desire. 

Let  them  confess  to  the  Lord  his  mercy  ; 

And  7iis  wonderful  works  to  the  children  of  men  ! 

Let  them  exalt  Him  in  the  congregation  of  the  people  ; 

And  praise  Him  in  the  assembly  of  the  elders. 

He  turneth  rivers  into  a  wilderness  ; 

Springs  of  water  into  dry  ground : 


LESSONS  FROM  THE  PSALMS.  75 

A  fruitful  land  into  barrenness  ; 

For  tlie  wickedness  of  them  that  dwell  therein. 

He  turnetli  the  wilderness  into  a  pool  of  waters  ; 

And  dry  land  into  water-springs. 

And  there  He  niaketh  the  hungry  to  dwell ; 

That  they  may  prepare  a  city  for  habitation : 

And  sow  the  fields,  and  plant  vineyards  ; 

Which  may  yield  fruits  of  increase. 

He  blesseth  them  also,  and  they  are  multiplied  greatly  ; 

And  He  suffereth  not  their  cattle  to  decrease. 

Again,  they  are  minished  and  brought  low  ;. 

Through  oppression,  affliction,  and  sorrow. 

He  poureth  contempt  upon  princes  ; 

And  causeth  them  to  wander  in  a  pathless  waste. 

Yet  setteth  He  the  poor  on  high  from  affliction  ; 

And  maketh  him  families  like  a  flock. 

The  righteous  shall  see,  and  rejoice  : 

And  all  iniquity  shall  stop  her  mouth. 

Whoso  is  wise,  and  will  observe  these  things  ; 

Even  they  slmll  understand  the  loving -kindness  of  the  Lord. 


LESSON    XII. 

PSALM  CXIX. 


THOTJ  art  my  portion,  0  Lord  : 
I  have  said  that  I  would  keep  thy  words. 
I  entreated  thy  favor  with  all  the  heart : 
Be  merciful  unto  me  according  to  thy  word. 

I  thought  upon  my  ways,  and  turned  my  feet  to  thy  testimo- 
nies. 
I  made  haste,  and  delayed  not  to  keep  thy  commandments. 
The  bands  of  the  wicked  have  robbed  me  : 
But  I  have  not  forgotten  thy  law. 
At  midnight  I  will  rise  to  give  thanks  unto  Thee  ; 
Because  of  the  judgments  of  thy  justice. 
I  am  a  companion  of  all  them  that  fear  Thee  ; 
And  of  them  that  keep  thy  precepts. 

The  earth,  0  Lord,  is  full  of  thy  mercy  : 

Teach  Thou  me  thy  statutes. 

Thy  hands  have  made  me  and  fashioned  me  : 

Make  me  to  understand,  that  I  may  learn  thy  commandments. 


76  LESSONS  FROM  THE  PSALMS. 

They  that  fear  Thee  will  be  glad  when  they  see  me  ; 

Because  I  have  hoped  in  thy  word. 

I  know,  O  Lord,  that  thy  judgments  are  justice  ; 

And  that  Thou  in  faithfulness  hast  afflicted  me. 

Let,  I  pray  Thee,  thy  merciful  kindness  be  for  my  comfort ; 

According  to  thy  word  to  thy  servant. 

Let  thy  tender  mercies  come  unto  me,  that  I  may  live  ; 

For  thy  law  is  my  delight. 

Let  the  proud  be  ashamed ;  for  they  dealt  perversely  with  me 

without  a  cause  : 
I  will  meditate  in  thy  precepts. 
Let  those  that  fear  Thee  turn  unto  me  ; 
And  those  that  know  thy  testimonies. 
Let  my  heart  be  sound  in  thy  statutes  ; 
That  I  may  not  be  ashamed. 
My  soul  fainteth  for  thy  salvation  : 
But  I  hope  in  thy  word. 

Mine  eyes  fail  for  thy  word  ; 
Saying,  When  wilt  Thou  comfort  me? 

For  I  am  become  like  a  bottle  in  the  smoke  ; 

Yet  do  I  not  forget  thy  statutes. 

How  many  are  the  days  of  thy  servant  ? 

When  wilt  Thou  execute  judgment  on  them  that  persecute  me  ? 

The  proud  have  digged  pits  for  me  ;~ 

Which  are  not  according  to  thy  law. 

All  thy  commandments  are  faithfulness  : 

They  persecute  me  icith  falsehood  ;  help  Thou  me. 

They  had  almost  consumed  me  upon  earth  ; 

But  I  did  not  forsake  thy  precepts. 

Quicken  me  according  to  thy  loving-kindness  ; 

And  I  will  keep  the  testimony  of  thy  mouth. 

0  how  I  love  thy  law  ! 

It  is  my  meditation  all  the  day. 

Thou  hast  made  me  wiser  than  mine  enemies,  through  thy  com- 
mandments : 
For  they  are  ever  with  me. 

1  have  more  understanding  than  all  my  teachers : 
For  thy  testimonies  are  my  meditation. 

I  understand  more  than  the  ancients  ; 

Because  I  keep  thy  precepts. 

I  have  refrained  my  feet  from  every  evil  way  ; 

That  I  might  keep  thy  word. 

I  have  not  departed  from  thy  judgments  : 

For  Thou  hast  taught  me. 


LESSONS  FROM  THE  PSALMS.  77 


How  sweet  are  thy  words  to  my  taste  ! 
Sweeter  than  honey  unto  my  mouth  ! 
Through  thy  precepts  I  get  understanding  : 
Therefore  I  hate  every  path  of  falsehood. 


LESSON    XIII. 

PSALM  CXIX. 

I  CRIED  with  all  the  heart ;  hear  me,  O  LORD : 
I  will  keep  thy  statutes. 
I  cried  unto  Thee  :  O  save  rue  ; 
And  I  shall  keep  thy  testimonies. 
I  prevented  the  dawn  and  cried  : 
I  hoped  in  thy  word. 

Mine  eyes  prevent  the  night  watches  ; 

That  I  might  meditate  in  thy  word. 

Hear  my  voice  according  unto  thy  loving-kindness  : 

0  Lord,  quicken  me  according  to  thy  judgment. 
They  draw  near  that  follow  mischief  : 

They  are  far  from  thy  laic. 

Thou  art  near,  0  Lord,  and  all  thy  commandments  are  truth. 
Concerning  thy  testimonies,  I  have  known  of  old  that  Thou  hast 

founded  them  for  ever. 
Consider  mine  affliction,  and  deliver  me  : 
For  I  do  not  forget  thy  laic. 
Plead  my  cause,  and  deliver  me  : 
Quicken  me  according  to  thy  word. 
Salvation  is  far  from  the  wicked  : 
For  they  seek  not  thy  statutes. 
Great  are  thy  tender  mercies,  O  Lord  : 
Quicken  me  according  to  thy  judgments. 

Many  are  my  persecutors  and  mine  enemies  : 
Yet  do  I  not  decline  from  thy  testimonies. 

1  beheld  the  transgressors,  and  was  grieved  : 
Because  they  did  not  keep  thy  tcord. 
Consider  how  I  love  thy  precepts  : 

Quicken  me,  0  Lord,  according  to  thy  loving -kindness. 

Thy  word  is  true  from  the  beginning  : 

And  every  one  of  thy  righteous  judgments  endureth  for  ever. 

Princes  have  persecuted  me  without  a  cause  : 

But  my  heart  doth  tremble  at  thy  icord. 

I  rejoice  at  thy  word,  as  one  that  findeth  great  spoil. 

Falsehood  do  I  hate  and  abhor  ;  but  thy  law  do  Hove. 


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LESSONS    FROM   THE    PSALMS. 


Seven  times  a  clay  do  I  praise  Thee  ; 
Because  of  the  judgments  of  thy  justice. 
Great  peace  have  they  who  love  thy  law  : 
And  no  stumbling  block  have  they. 

0  Lord,  I  have  hoped  for  thy  salvation  ; 
And  thy  commandments  have  I  done. 
My  soul  hath  kept  thy  testimonies  ; 
And  I  do  love  them  exceedingly. 

1  have  kept  thy  precepts  and  thy  testimonies  : 
For  all  my  ways  are  before  Thee. 

Let  my  cry  come  near  before  Thee,  0  Lord  : 

Make  me  to  understand  according  to  thy  word. 

Let  my  supplication  come  before  Thee  : 

Deliver  me  according  to  thy  word. 

I  have  longed  for  thy  salvation,  0  Lord  ; 

And  thy  law  is  my  delight. 

I  have  gone  astray,  like  a  lost  sheep  : 

Seek  thy  servant,  for  I  do  not  forget  thy  commandments. 


LESSON    XIV. 

PSALM  LXXXIX. 


I  WILL  sing  of  the  mercies  of  the  Lord  for  ever  : 
With  my  mouth  will  I  make  known  thy  faithfulness  to  all  gen- 
erations. 

For  I  have  said,  Mercy  shall  be  built  up  for  ever  : 

Thy  faithfulness  shalt  thou  establish  in  the  very  heavens. 

I  have  made  a  covenant  with  my  chosen  ; 

I  have  sworn  unto  David  my  servant : 

Thy  seed  will  I  establish  for  ever  ; 

And  build  up  thy  throne  to  all  generations. 

And  the  heavens  shall  praise  thy  wonders,  O  Lord  : 

Thy  faithfulness  also  in  the  congregation  of  the  saints. 

For  who  in  heaven  can  be  compared  to  the  Lord  ? 

Who  among  the  sons  of  the  Gods  can  be  likened  to  the  Lord  ? 

God  is  greatly  to  be  feared  in  the  assembly  of  the  saints  ; 

And  to  be  reverenced  by  all  them  that  are  about  Him. 

O  Lord  God  of  Hosts,  who  is  like  unto  Thee,  mighty  Lord  ? 

Or  to  thy  faithfulness  round  about  Thee? 

Thou  rulest  the  raging  of  the  sea  : 

When  the  leaves  thereof  arise,  Thou  stillest  them. 


LESSONS  FROM  THE  PSALMS.  79 

Thou  hast  broken  Rahab  in  pieces,  as  one  that  is  slain  : 
Thou  hast  scattered  thine  enemies  with  the  arm  of  thy  strength. 

The  heavens  are  thine,  the  earth  is  also  thine  : 

The  icorld  and  the  fulness  thereof,  Thou  hast  founded  them. 

The  north  and  the  south,  Thou  hast  created  them  : 
Tabor  and  Hermon  shall  rejoice  in  thy  name. 

Thou  hast  a  mighty  arm  : 

Strong  is  thy  hand,  high  is  thy  right  hand. 

Justice  and  judgment  are  the  foundation  of  thy  throne  : 
Mercy  and  truth  shall  go  before  thy  face. 

Blessed  is  the  people  that  know  the  joyful  sound  : 
They  shall  walk,  0  Lord,  in  the  light  of  thy  countenance. 

In  thy  name  shall  they  rejoice  all  the  day  : 
And  in  thy  righteousness  shall  they  be  exalted. 

For  Thou  art  the  glory  of  their  strength  : 
And  in  thy  favor  our  horn  shall  be  exalted. 

For  the  Lord  is  our  defence  ; 

And  the  Holy  One  of  Israel  our  King. 

Then  Thou  spakest  in  vision  to  thy  holy  one,  and  saidst,  I  have 

laid  help  upon  one  that  is  mighty  ; 
I  have  exalted  one  chosen  out  of  the  people. 

I  have  found  David  my  servant ; 
With  my  holy  oil  have  I  anointed  him : 

With  whom  my  hand  shall  be  established  ; 
Mine  arm  also  shall  strengthen  him. 

The  enemy  shall  not  beset  him  ; 
Nor  the  son  of  loickedness  afflict  him. 

And  I  will  beat  down  his  foes  before  his  face  ; 

And  I  will  smite  them  that  hate  him. 

But  my  faithfulness  and  my  mercy  shall  be  with  him  : 

And  in  my  name  shall  his  horn  be  exalted. 

I  will  set  his  hand  also  in  the  sea  ; 

And  his  right  hand  in  the  rivers. 

He  shall  cry  unto  me,  Thou  art  my  Father ; 

My  God,  and  the  rock  of  my  salvation. 

I  will  also  make  him  my  first-born  ; 

Higher  than  the  kings  of  the  earth. 

My  mercy  will  I  keep  for  him  for  evermore  ; 

And  my  covenant  shall  stand  fast  with  him. 

His  seed  also  will  I  make  to  endure  for  ever ; 

And  his  throne  as  the  days  of  heaven. 

If  his  children  forsake  my  law,  and  walk  not  in  my  judgments  ; 

If  they  break  my  statutes,  and  keep  not  my  commandments : 


80  LESSONS  FROM  THE  PSALMS. 

Tlien  will  I  visit  their  transgression  with  the  rod  ; 
And  their  iniquity  with  stripes. 

Nevertheless  my  loving-kindness  will  I  not  utterly  take  from 

him : 
Nor  suffer  my  faithfulness  to  fail. 
My  covenant  will  I  not  break  ; 
Nor  alter  the  thing  that  is  gone  out  of  my  lips. 
Once  have  I  sworn  by  my  holiness  that  I  will  not  lie  unto  David. 
His  seed  shall  endure  for  ever,  and  his  throne  as  the  sun  before  me. 
It  shall  be  established  for  ever  as  the  moon  ; 
And  as  a  faithful  icitness  in  heaven. 
Blessed  be  the  Lord  for  evermore  ; 
Amen  and  Amen. 


LESSON    XV. 

PSALM  CXIX. 


THY  word  is  a  lamp  unto  my  feet  ; 
And  a  light  unto  my  path. 
I  have  sworn,  and  I  will  perform  ; 
That  Iicill  keep  the  judgments  of  thy  justice. 

I  am  afflicted  very  much  : 

Quicken  me,  0  Lord,  according  to  thy  word. 

Accept,  I  beseech  Thee,  the  free-will  offerings  of  my  mouth,  O 

Lord  ; 
And  teach  Thou  me  thy  judgments. 

My  soul  is  continually  in  my  hand  : 

Yet  do  I  not  forget  thy  law. 

The  wicked  have  laid  a  snare  for  me  : 

Yet  I  have  not  wandered  from  thy  precepts. 

Thy  testimonies  have  I  taken  as  an  heritage  for  ever  : 

For  they  are  the  rejoicing  of  my  heart. 

I  hate  divided  thoughts  : 

But  thy  law  do  I  love. 

Thou  art  my  hiding  place  and  my  shield : 

I  hope  in  thy  word. 

Depart  from  me,  ye  evildoers  : 

For  I  will  keep  the  commandments  of  my  God. 

Uphold  me  according  unto  thy  word,  that  I  may  live : 

And  let  me  not  be  ashamed  of  my  hope. 

Hold  Thou  me  up,  and  I  shall  be  safe  : 

And  I  will  Imve  respect  unto  thy  statutes  continually. 


LESSONS  FROM  THE  PSALMS.  SI 

Thou  hast  trodden  down  all  tliem  that  err  from  thy  statutes  : 

For  their  deceit  is  falsehood. 

Thou  putt  est  away  all  the  wicked  of  the  earth  like  di : 

'    Hmonies. 
My  fl  _nbleth  for  fear  of  Thee  . 

J.I amor  '  f  thy judgments. 
I  have  done  judgment  and  justice  : 
Ia  -  not  to  mine  oppressors. 

Be  surety  for  thy  servant  for  good  : 
Let      "        proud  op± 
Mine  eyes  fail  for  thy  salvation  : 
And  for  the  word  of  thy  righteousness. 
Deal  with  thy  servant  according  to  thy  mercy ; 
A      _      ~  T~  ~\   statutes. 

I  am  thy  servant ;  give  me  understanding  ; 

:  I  may  knou  thy  testinw. 
I:  is  rime  for  Thee.  0  Lokd,  to  work  : 

they  ho:  :>id  thy  la  % 

Therefore  I  love  thy  commandments  more  than  gold  ; 
And  more  than  fine  gold. 

Therefore  all  thy  precepts  concerning  all  things  do  I  esteem 

righ:  : 
And  bin  ■  '. }  c.:  I 

Thy  testimonies  are  wonderful : 
The:  ~        loth  my  soul  & 

The  entrance  of  thy  words  giveth  light  : 

It  gizeth  under  sic.  ids    :  ::  U     :     pie. 

I  opened  my  mouth,  and  panted  : 

7     lit  -     tht  command 

Look  Thou  upon  me,  and  be  merciful  unto  me  ; 

As  Tl  "        "  '.'    '  love  thy  name. 

Order  my  steps  in  thy  word  : 

dominion  over  me. 
Deliver  me  from  the  oppression  of  man  : 
So  iriU  I  keep  thy  precepts. 
Make  thy  face  to  shine  upon  thy  servant ; 
And  teach  Thou  me  thy  statutes. 


82  LESSONS   FROM   THE   PSALMS. 


LESSON    XVI. 

PSALM  CXLIV. 

BLESSED  be  the  Lord  my  strength  ; 
Who  teacheth  my  hands  to  war,  and  my  fingers  to  fight : 
My  goodness,  and  niy  fortress  ;  my  high  tower,  and  my  deliverer  : 
My  shield  and  He  in  whom  I  trust ;  who  subdueth  my  people  under 

me. 
Lord,  what  is  man,  that  Thou  takest  knowledge  of  him  ! 
The  son  of  man,  that  Thou  makest  account  of  him  ! 
Man  is  like  to  vanity  : 
His  days  are  as  a  shadow  that  passeth  away. 
Bow  thy  heavens,  O  Lord,  and  come  down  :  . 
Touch  the  mountains,  and  they  shall  smoke. 
Cast  forth  lightning,  and  scatter  them  : 
Shoot  out  thine  arrows,  and  destroy  them. 
Send  thine  hand  from  above  ;  rid  me,  and  deliver  me  out  of 

great  waters  ; 
From  the  hand  of  strange  children  ;  whose  mouth  speaketh  vanity, 

and  their  right  hand  is  a  right  hand  of  falsehood. 
I  will  sing  a  new  song  unto  Thee,  O  God  : 
Upon  a  psaltery  and  an  instrument  of  ten  strings  will  I  sing 

praises  unto  Thee. 
It  is  He  that  giveth  salvation  unto  kings  : 
Who  delivereth  David  his  servant  from  the  hurtful  sword. 

Rid  me,  and  deliver  me  from  the  hand  of  strange  children  ; 
Whose  mouth  speaketh  vanity,  and  their  right  hand  is  a  right 
hand  of  falsehood : 

That  our  sons  may  be  as  plants  grown  up  in  their  youth  ; 

That  out  daughters  may  be  as  corner  stones,  polished  after  the 

similitude  of  a  palace  : 
That  our  garners  may  be  full,  affording  all  manner  of  store  : 
That  our  sheep  may  bring  forth  thousands  and  ten  thousands  in 

our  streets : 
That  our  oxen  may  be  strong  to  labor  ; 
That  there  be  no  breaking  in,  nor  going  out  ;  nor  any  complaining 

in  our  streets. 

Happy  are  the  people,  who  are  in  such  a  state  : 
Happy  are  the  people  ichose  God  is  the  Lord. 


PSALM  CXLV. 


I 


WILL  extol  Thee,  my  God,  O  King  ; 
Arid  Twill  bless  thy  name  for  ever  and  ever. 


LESSONS    FROM   THE   PSALMS.  83 

Every  day  will  I  bless  Tliee  ; 

And  I  will  praise  thy  name  for  ever  and  ever. 

Great  is  the  Lord,  and  greatly  to  be  praised  ; 

And  unsearchable  is  his  greatness. 

Generation  to  generation  shall  praise  thy  works  ; 

And  shall  declare  thy  mighty  acts. 

I  will  speak  of  the  glorious  honor  of  thy  majesty ; 

And  of  thy  wondrous  icorks. 

And  men  shall  speak  of  the  might  of  thy  terrible  acts  : 

And  I  will  declare  thy  greatness. 

The  memory  of  thy  great  goodness  shall  they  proclaim  ; 

And  shall  sing  aloud  of  thy  righteousness. 

The  Lord  is  gracious,  and  full  of  compassion  : 

Slow  to  anger,  and  great  in  mercy. 

The  Lord  is  good  to  all : 

And  his  mercies  are  over  all  his  works. 

All  thy  works  shall  praise  Thee,  0  Lord  ; 

And  thy  saints  shall  bless  Thee. 

They  shall  speak  of  the  glory  of  thy  kingdom  ; 

And  talk  of  thy  might ; 

To  make  known  to  the  sons  of  men  his  mighty  acts ; 

And  the  glorious  majesty  of  his  kingdom. 

Thy  kingdom  is  an  everlasting  kingdom  ; 

And  thy  dominion  throughout  all  generations. 

The  Lord  upholdeth  all  that  fall ; 

And  raiseth  up  all  the  bowed  down. 

The  eyes  of  all  wait  upon  Thee ; 

And  Thou  givest  them  their  meat  in  its  season. 

Thou  dost  open  thine  hand  ; 

And  satisfy  the  desire  of  every  living  thing. 

The  Lord  is  righteous  in  all  his  ways  ; 

And  kind  in  all  his  works. 

The  Lord  is  nigh  unto  all  that  call  upon  Him  ; 

To  all  that  call  upon  Him  in  truth. 

He  will  fulfil  the  desire  of  them  that  fear  Him  : 

He  also  will  hear  their  cry,  and  will  save  them. 

The  Lord  preserveth  all  that  love  Him  : 

But  all  the  wicked  will  He  destroy. 

My  mouth  shall  speak  the  praise  of  the  Lord  : 

And  let  all  flesh  bless  his  holy  name  for  ever  and  ever. 


84  LESSONS  FROM  THE  PSALMS. 

LESSON    XVII. 

PSALM  XXXIII. 

REJOICE  in  the  Lord,  O  ye  righteous  : 
Praise  is  comely  for  the  upright. 
Praise  the  Lord  with  harp  : 
Sing  unto  Him  icith  the  psaltery  of  ten  strings. 
Sing  unto  Him  a  new  song. 
Play  skilfully  with  a  loud  noise. 
For  the  Word  of  the  Lord  is  right  : 
And  all  his  works  are  done  in  truth. 
He  loveth  righteousness  and  judgment : 
The  earth  is  full  of  the  goodness  of  the  Lord. 
By  the  Word  of  the  Lord  were  the  heavens  made  : 
And  all  the  host  of  them  by  the  breath  of  his  mouth. 
He  gathered  the  waters  of  the  sea  together  as  an  heap  : 
He  layeth  up  the  deep  in  storehouses. 
Let  all  the  earth  fear  the  Lord  : 

Let  all  the  inhabitants  of  the  world  stand  in  awe  of  Him. 
For  He  spake,  and  it  was  : 
He  commanded,  and  it  stood  fast. 

The  Lord  bringeth  the  counsel  of  the  heathen  to  nought : 

He  maketh  the  devices  of  the  people  of  none  effect. 

The  counsel  of  the  Lord  standeth  for  ever ; 

The  thoughts  of  his  heart  to  all  generations. 

Blessed  is  the  nation  whose  God  is  the  Lord  : 

The  people  He  hath  chosen  for  his  own  inheritance. 

The  Lord  looketh  from  the  heavens,  He  beholdeth  all  the  sons 

of  men. 
From  the  place  of  his  habitation  He  looketh  upon  all  the  inhabitants 

of  the  earth. 

He  fashioneth  their  hearts  alike  : 
He  considereth  all  their  works. 

There  is  no  king  saved  by  the  multitude  of  an  host : 
A  mighty  man  is  not  delivered  by  much  strength. 
An  horse  is  a  vain  thing  for  safety  : 
Neither  shall  he  deliver  any  by  his  great  strength. 

Behold,  the  eye  of  the  Lord  is  upon  them  that  fear  Him  ; 
Upon  them  that  hope  in  his  mercy : 
To  deliver  their  soul  from  death  ; 
And  to  keep  them  alive  in  famine. 


LESSONS  PROM  THE  PSALMS.  85 

Our  soul  waiteth  for  the  Lord  : 

He  is  our  help  and  our  shield. 

For  our  heart  shall  rejoice  in  Him  ; 

Because  we  have  trusted  in  his  holy  name. 

PSALM  LXVII. 

ri  OD  be  merciful  unto  us,  and  bless  us  ; 
VT  And  cause  his  face  to  shine  upon  us. 
That  thy  way  may  be  known  upon  earth  ; 
Thy  saving  health  among  all  nations. 
Let  the  people  praise  Thee,  0  God  : 
Let  all  the  people  praise  Thee. 
0  let  the  nations  be  glad  and  sing  for  joy  : 
For  Thou  shalt  judge  the  people  righteously,  and  govern  the  na- 
tions upon  earth. 
Let  the  people  praise  Thee,  0  God  ; 
Let  all  the  people  praise  Thee. 
The  earth  shall  yield  her  increase  : 
God,  our  own  God,  shall  bless  us. 
God  shall  bless  us  : 
And  all  the  ends  of  the  earth  shall  fear  Him. 


LESSON   XVIII. 

PSALM  XVIII. 


I  WILL  love  Thee,  O  Lord,  my  strength. 
The  Lord  is  my  rock,  and  my  fortress,  and  my  deliverer  : 
My  God,  my  strength,  in  whom  I  will  trust : 
My  buckler,  and  the  horn  of  my  salvation,  and  my  high  tower. 
I  will  call  upon  the  Lord,  who  is  to  be  praised : 
So  shall  I  be  saved  from  mine  enemies. 
The  sorrows  of  death  compassed  me  ; 
And  the  floods  of  ungodly  men  made  me  afraid. 
The  sorrows  of  hell  compassed  me  about : 
The  snares  of  death  prevented  me. 

In  my  distress  I  called  upon  the  Lord,  and  cried  unto  my  God  : 
He  heard  my  voice  out  of  his  temple,  and  my  cry  came  before  Him, 
into  his  ears. 

Then  the  earth  shook  and  trembled  : 

The  foundations  also  of  the  hills  moved  and  were  shaken,  because 
He  was  wroth. 


86  LESSONS  FROM  THE  PSALMS. 

There  went  up  a  smoke  out  of  his  nostrils  ; 

And  fire  out  of  Ms  mouth  devoured;  coals  were  kindled  by  it. 

He  bowed  the  heavens  also,  and  came  down  : 

And  darkness  was  under  his  feet. 

And  He  rode  upon  a  cherub,  and  did  fly  : 

Yea,  He  did  fly  upon  the  icings  of  the  wind. 

He  made  darkness  his  secret  place  ; 

His  pavilion  round  about  Him  was  dark  waters  and  thick  clouds 

of  the  skies. 
At  the  brightness  that  was  before  Him  his  thick  clouds  passed  ; 
IThere  were  hail  stones  and  coals  of  fire. 
The  Lord  also  thundered  in  the  heavens,  and  the  Most  High 

uttered  his  voice  ; 
There  toere  hail  stones  and  coals  of  fire. 
Yea,  He  sent  out  his  arrows,  and  scattered  them  ; 
And  He  shot  out  lightnings,  and  discomfited  them. 

Then  the  channels  of  waters  were  seen,  and  the  foundations  of 
the  world  were  discovered  ; 

At  thy  rebuke,  0  Lord,  at  the  blast  of  the  breath  of  thy  nostrils. 

He  sent  from  above,  He  took  me  ; 

He  drew  me  out  of  many  waters. 

He  delivered  me  from  my  strong  enemy  ; 

And  from  them  which  hated  me  ;  for  they  were  stronger  than  I. 

They  fell  upon  me  in  the  day  of  my  calamity  : 

But  the  Lord  teas  my  stay. 

He  brought  me  forth  also  into  a  large  place ; 

He  delivered  me  because  He  delighted  in  me. 

The  Lord  rewarded  me  according  to  my  righteousness  : 

According  to  the  cleanness  of  my  hands  hath  He  recompensed  me. 

For  I  have  kept  the  ways  of  the  Lord  ; 

And  Mve  not  wickedly  departed  from  my  God. 

For  all  his  judgments  were  before  me  ; 

And  I  did  not  put  away  his  statutes  from  me. 

I  was  also  upright  before  Him  ; 

And  I  kept  myself  from  mine  iniquity. 

Therefore  hath  the  Lord  recompensed  me  according  to  my  right- 
eousness ; 

According  to  the  cleanness  of  my  hands  before  his  eyes. 

With  the  merciful  Thou  wilt  show  thyself  merciful : 

With  an  upright  man  Thou  icilt  s7ww  thyself  upright. 

With  the  pure  Thou  wilt  show  thyself  pure  ; 

And  with  the  froward  Thou  wilt  show  thyself  froward. 

For  Thou  wilt  save  the  afflicted  people  ; 

But  wilt  bring  down  lofty  looks. 


LESSONS   FROM    THE    PSALMS.  87 

Therefore  will  I  give  thanks  unto  Thee,  O  Lord,  among  the 

nations  ; 
And  I  will  sing  praises  unto  thy  name. 


LESSON    XIX. 

PSALM  LXIX. 


OGOD,  Thou  knowest  my  foolishness  ; 
And  my  sins  are  not  hid  from  Thee. 

Let  not  them  that  wait  on  Thee,  O  Lord  God  of  Hosts,  he 

ashamed  for  my  sake  : 
Let  not  those  that  seek  Thee  be  confounded  for  my  sake,  0  God  of 

Israel. 
Because  for  thy  sake  I  have  home  reproach  : 
Shame  hath  covered  my  face. 
I  am  become  a  stranger  unto  my  brethren  ; 
And  an  alien  unto  my  mother's  children. 
For  the  zeal  of  thine  house  hath  eaten  me  up  : 
And  the  reproaches  of  them  that  reproached  Thee  are  fallen  upon 

me. 
I  made  sackcloth  also  my  garment ; 
And  I  became  a  by -word  to  them. 
They  that  sit  in  the  gate  speak  against  me  ; 
And  lam  the  song  of  the  drunkards. 
But  as  for  me,  my  prayer  is  unto  Thee,  O  Lord,  in  an  acceptable 

time  : 
0  God,  in  the  multitude  of  thy  mercy  hear  me,  in  the  truth  of  thy 

salvation. 

Deliver  me  out  of  the  mire,  and  let  me  not  sink  : 
Let  me  be  delivered  from  them  that  hate  me,  and  out  of  the  deep 
waters. 

Let  not  the  waterflood  overflow  me,  neither  let  the  deep  swallow 

me  up  ; 
And  let  not  the  pit  shut  her  mouth  upon  me. 
Hear  me,  O  Lord  ;  for  thy  loving-kindness  is  good  : 
Turn  unto  me  according  to  the  multitude  of  thy  tender  mercies. 
And  hide  not  thy  face  from  thy  servant : 
For  lam  in  trouble  ;  hear  me  speedily. 
Draw  nigh  unto  my  soul,  and  redeem  it : 
Deliver  me  because  of  mine  enemies. 

Thou  hast  known  my  reproach,  and  my  shame,  and  my  dishonor  : 
Mine  adversaries  are  all  before  Thee. 


88  LESSONS  FROM  THE  PSALMS. 

Reproach  hath  broken  my  heart,  and  I  am  full  of  heaviness  : 
And  I  looked  for  pity,  but  there  was  none,  and  for  comforters, 
but  I  found  none. 

They  gave  me  also  gall  for  my  meat ; 

And  in  my  thirst  they  gave  me  vinegar  to  drink. 

Let  their  table  become  a  snare  before  them  : 

And  let  their  good  fortune  become  a  trap. 

Let  their  eyes  be  darkened,  that  they  see  not  ; 

And  cause  their  loins  continually  to  shake. 

Pour  out  thine  indignation  upon  them  ; 

And  let  thy  wrathful  anger  take  hold  of  them. 

Let  their  habitation  be  desolate  ; 

And  let  none  dwell  in  their  tents. 

For  they  persecute  him  whom  thou  hast  smitten  ; 

And  they  talk  of  the  pain  of  those  whom  thou  hast  wounded. 

Add  iniquity  unto  their  iniquity  : 

And  let  them  not  come  into  thy  righteousness. 

Let  them  be  blotted  out  of  the  book  of  the  living  ; 

And  let  them  not  be  icritten  with  the  righteous. 

But  I  am  poor  and  sorrowful : 

Let  thy  salvation,  0  God,  set  me  up  on  high. 

I  will  praise  the  name  of  God  with  a  song  ; 

And  will  magnify  Him  with  thanksgiving. 

The  afflicted  shall  see  this,  and  be  glad  : 

And  your  heart  shall  live  that  seek  God. 


LESSON    XX. 

PSALM  XVI. 


11HE  Lord  is  the  portion  of  mine  inheritance  and  of  my  cup 
.   Thou  dost  maintain  my  lot. 
The  lines  are  fallen  to  me  in  pleasant  places  : 
Tea,  I  have  a  goodly  heritage. 

I  will  bless  the  Lord,  who  hath  given  me  counsel : 
My  reins  also  instruct  me  in  the  nights. 
I  have  set  the  Lord  always  before  me  : 
Because  He  is  at  my  right  hand,  I  shall  not  be  moved. 
Therefore  my  heart  is  glad,  and  my  glory  rejoiceth  : 
My  flesh  shall  also  rest  in  hope. 
For  Thou  wilt  not  leave  my  soul  in  hell  ; 
Neither  wilt  Thou  suffer  thine  Holy  One  to  see  corruption. 


LESSONS    FROM  THE    PSALMS.  89 

Thou  wilt  show  me  the  path  of  life  : 

In  thy  presence  is  fulness  of  joy  ;  at  thy  right  hand  are  pleasures 
for  evermore. 

PSALM  XXX. 

I  WILL  extol  Thee,  0  Lord,  for  Thou  hast  lifted  me  up  ; 
And  hast  not  made  mine  enemies  to  rejoice  over  me. 

O  Lord  my  God,  I  cried  unto  Thee  ; 
And  Thou  hast  healed  me. 

0  Lord,  Thou  hast  brought  up  my  soul  from  the  grave  : 
Thou  hast  kept  me  alive,  that  I  should  not  go  down  to  the  pit. 
Sing  unto  the  Lord,  0  ye  saints  of  his  ; 

And  give  thanks  at  the  remembrance  of  his  holiness. 
For  his  anger  is  but  for  a  moment ;  in  his  favor  is  life  : 
Weeping  may  endure  for  a  night,  but  joy  cometh  in  the  morning. 

Lord,  by  thy  favor  Thou  hast  made  my  mountain  to  stand 

strong  : 
Thou  didst  hide  thy  face,  and  I  was  troubled. 

1  cried  unto  Thee,  0  Lord  ; 

And  unto  the  Lord  I  made  supplication. 

What  profit  is  there  in  my  blood,  when  I  go  down  to  the  pit  ? 

Shall  the  dust  praise  Thee  f  shall  it  declare  thy  truth. 

Hear,  0  Lord,  and  have  mercy  upon  me : 

0  Lord,  be  Thou  my  helper. 

Thou  hast  turned  for  me  my  mourning  into  dancing  : 

Thou  hast  put  off  my  sackcloth,  and  girded  me  with  gladness : 

Therefore  shall  my  glory  sing  praise  to  Thee,  and  not  be  silent. 

0  Lord  my  God,  I  will  give  thanks  unto  Thee  for  ever. 


LESSON    XXI. 

PSALM  LXVL 


MAKE  a  joyful  noise  unto  God,  all  the  earth  : 
Sing  forth  the  honor  of  his  name  ;  make  his  praise  glorious. 
Say  unto  God,  How  terrible  art  Thou  in  thy  works  ! 
Through  the  greatness  of  thy  power  shall  thine  enemies  submit 
themselves  unto  Thee. 

All  the  earth  shall  worship  Thee,  and  sing  unto  Thee  : 

They  shall  sing  unto  thy  name. 

Come  and  see  the  works  of  God  : 

He  is  terrible  in  his  doing  toward  the  children  of  men. 


90  LESSONS    FROM   THE    PSALMS. 

He  turned  the  sea  into  dry  land ;  they  went  through  the  flood 

on  foot : 
There  did  we  rejoice  in  Him. 
He  ruleth  by  his  power  for  ever  ;  his  eyes  behold  the  nations  : 

Let  not  the  rebellious  exalt  themselves. 

0  bless  our  God,  ye  people  ; 

And  make  the  voice  of  his  praise  to  be  heard  : 

Who  holdeth  our  soul  in  life  ; 

And  suffereth  not  our  feet  to  be  moved. 

For  Thou,  O  God,  hast  proved  us  : 

Thou  hast  tried  us,  as  silver  is  tried. 

Thou  broughtest  us  into  the  net ; 

Thou  laidst  affliction  upon  our  loins. 

Thou  hast  caused  men  to  ride  over  our  heads  ;  we  went  through 

fire  and  through  water  : 
But  Thou  broughtest  us  out  into  a  place  of  abundance. 

1  will  go  into  thy  house  with  burnt  offerings  : 

I  will  pay  Thee  my  vows,  which  my  lips  have  uttered,  and  my 
mouth  hath  spoken,  when  I  was  in  trouble. 

I  will  offer  unto  Thee  burnt  sacrifices  of  fatlings,  with  the  in- 
cense of  rams : 

Twill  offer  bullocks  tcith  goats. 

Come  and  hear,  all  ye  that  fear  God  ; 

And  I  will  declare  what  He  hath  done  for  my  soul. 

I  cried  unto  Him  with  my  mouth  ; 

And  He  icas  extolled  with  my  tongue. 

If  I  regard  iniquity  in  my  heart,  the  Lord  will  not  hear  me  : 

But  verily  God  hath  heard  me ;  He  hath  attended  to  the  voice  of 
my  prayer. 


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GIVE  ear  to  my  |  words,  |  0  |  Lord  ; 
Consider  my  |  medi|tation. 

2  Hearken  to  the  voice  of  my  ]  cry,  my  |  King  *  and  my  |  God  ; 
For  unto  |  Thee  |  will  I  |  pray. 

3  My  voice  shalt  Thou  hear  in  the  |  morning,  |  0  |  Lord  : 

In  the  morning  will  I  direct  my  prayer  unto  |  Thee,  and  | 
will  look  |  up. 

4  For  Thou  art  not  a  God  that  hath  |  pleasure  in  |  wicked-  | 

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Neither  shall  |  evil  |  dwell  with  |  Thee. 

5  The  vainglorious  |  shall  not  |  stand  •  in  thy  |  sight : 
Thou  hatest  all  |  workers  of  in|iqui|ty. 

6  Thou  wilt  de|stroy  |  them  ■  that  speak  \  falsehood  : 
The  Lord  will  abhor  the  |  man  of  |  blood  ■  and  de|ceit. 

7  But  as  for  me,  I  will  come  into  thy  house  in  the  |  multitude  | 

of  thy  j  mercy  : 
In  thy  fear  will  I  worship  |  toward  thy  |  holy  |  temple. 

8  Lead  me,  O  Lord,  in  thy  righteousness,  be  | cause  ■  of  mine  | 

ene|mies : 
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_L  And  to  sing  praises  unto  thy  |  name,  O  |  Thou  Most  |  High  ; 

2  To  show  forth  thy  loving  kindness  |  in  the  |  morning, 
And  thy  |  faithfulness  |  in  the  |  night : 

3  Upon  an  instrument  of  ten  strings,  and  up! on  the  |  psaltery  ; 
Upon  the  |  harp  with  |  solemn  |  sound. 

4  For  Thou,  0  Lord,  hast  made  me  ]  glad  •  through  thy  |  work; 
I  will  |  triumph  *  in  the  |  works  '  of  thy  |  hands 

5  The  righteous  shall  nourish  |  like  the  |  palm-tree  : 
He  shall  grow  like  a  |  cedar  in  |  Leba|non. 

6  Those  that  be  planted  in  the  |  house  *  of  the  |  Lord, 
Shall  flourish  in  the  |  courts  |  of  our  |  God. 

7  They  shall  still  bring  forth  |  fruit  "  in  old  j  age ; 
They  shall  be  |  fat  and  |  flourish  |ing  : 

8  To  show  that  the  |  Lord  is  |  upright ; 

My  Rock,  and  there  is  |  no  un  j  righteous  'ness  |  in  Him. 

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For  brethren  to  |  dwell  to|gether  in  |  unity. 
It  is  like  the  precious  ointment  upjon  the  |  head, 
That  ran  |  down  up|on  the  |  beard, 
Even  |  Aaron's  |  beard, 

That  went  down  to  the  |  border  |  of  his  |  garments. 
It  is  like  the  |  dew  of  |  Hermon, 
That  descended  upjon  the  |  mountains  of  |  Zion  : 
For  there  the  Lord  commanded  the  |  blessing, 
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flOMFORT  ye,  comfort  ye  iny  |  people,  |  saith  your  |  God 

\J  Speak  ye  comfortably  to  Je|rusa{lem  ; 

And  cry  unto  her,  that  her  |  warfare  ]  is  ac|complished, 

2  That  her  injiqui|ty  is  |  pardoned  : 

For  she  hath  received  from  the  J  Lord's  j  hand 
Double  ]  for  |  all  her  |  sins. 

3  The  voice  of  him  that  crieth  |  in  the  ]  wilder]  ness, 
Prepare  ye  the  |  way  *  of  the  |  Lord, 

Make  straight  in  the  desert  a  |  highway  j  for  our  |  God. 

4  Every  |  valley  shall  |  be  ex]alted ; 

And  every  mountain  and  |  hill  made  |  low  : 
And  the  crooked  shall  be  made  straight,  and  the  |  rough 
places  |  plain. 

5  And  the  glory  of  the  |  Lord  shall  ]  be  rejvealed  : 
And  all  flesh  shall  |  see  '  it  to|gether  : 

For  the  mouth  of  the  |  Lord  hath  J  spoken  |  it.        Is.  xl. 


MAKE  a  joyful  noise  unto  the  |  Lord,  |  all  the  |  earth  : 
Serve  the  j  Lord  with  j  gladness  : 
Come  be  (fore  his  |  face  with  j  singing. 

2  Know  ye  that  the  |  Lord  |  He  is  \  God  : 
He  hath  made  us,  and  not  |  we  our  |  selves, 
His  people,  and  the  |  sheep  |  of  his  |  pasture. 

3  Enter  into  his  |  gates  |  with  thanks  |  giving, 
Into  his  |  courts  with  |  praise  : 

Give  thanks  unto  |  Him,  and  |  bless  his  |  name. 

4  For  the  |  Lord  |  He  is  |  good  : 
His  mercy  is  |  ever  J  lasting, 

And  his  (  truth  to  |  all  generations.  Ps.  c. 


SELECTIONS   AND   CHANTS. 


6     C\  ^0^'  my  I  ncart  is  I  nxed  : 


will  sing  and  give  |  praise  even  |  with  my  |  glory. 

2  Awake,  |  psaltery  and  |  harp  : 
I  |  will  a |  wake  the  |  dawn. 

3  I  will  praise  Thee,  O  Lord,  aimong  the  |  people  ; 

And  I  will  sing  praises  unto  |  Thee  ajmong  the  |  nations. 

4  For  thy  mercy  is  great  a|bove  the  |  heavens  ; 
And  thy  truth  |  reacheth  |  unto  the  |  clouds. 

5  Be  Thou  exalted,  O  God,  a|bove  the  ]  heavens  : 
And  thy  |  glory  a|bove  all  the  |  earth. 

6  That  thy  beloved  may  |  be  delivered  ; 

Save  with  thy  right  j  hand,  and  |  answer  |  me.      Ps.  cviii. 


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'J       AS  the  hart  panteth  for  the  |  brooks  of  |  water, 
XJl  So  panteth  my  |  soul  for  |  Thee,  O  j  God. 

2  My  soul  thirsteth  for  God,  for  the  |  living  |  God  : 
When  shall  I  |  come  '  and  apjpear  be  "fore  |  God? 

3  My  tears  have  been  my  meat  |  day  and  |  night ; 

While  they  continually  say  unto  me,  |  Where  |  is  thy  |  God? 

4  When  I  re  | member  ■  these  |  things, 
I  pour  |  out  my  |  soul  with  |  in  me. 

5  For  I  had  |  gone  with  the  |  multitude  ; 

I  went  with  them  |  to  the  j  house  of  |  God, 


INTRODUCTORY. 


6  With  the  voice  of  |  joy  and  |  praise, 
With  a  multitude  that  |  kept  a  |  festijval. 

7  Why  art  thou  cast  down,  |  O  my  |  soul  ? 
And  why  art  thou  disi quiet [ed  with; in  me? 

8  Hope  thou  in  God,  for  I  |  shall  yet  [  praise  Him 
For  the  |  help  "  of  his  |  counte[ nance. 


Ps.  xlii. 


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Let  us  go  into  the  j  house  |  of  the  |  Lord. 

2  Our  feet  shall  stand  within  thy  gates,  0  Je|rusa|lem  : 
Jerusalem  is  built  as  a  city  that  |  is  compact  tojgether. 

3  Whither  the  tribes  go  up,  the  |  tribes  of  the  [  Lord, 

A  testimony  to  Israel,  to  give  |  thanks  '  to  the  |  name  *  of 
the  |  Lord. 

4  For  there  are  set  j  thrones  of  |  judgment, 
The  [  thrones  '  of  the  j  house  of  [  David. 

5  Pray  for  the  peace  of  Je|rusa|lem  : 
They  shall  |  prosper  |  that  do  [  love  thee. 

6  Peace  be  with  |  in  thy  |  walls  ; 
Prosperity  with  [in  thy  |  pala|ces. 

7  For  my  brethren  and  companions'  |  sakes, 
I  will  now  say,  |  Peace  j  be  with  I  in  thee. 

8  For  the  sake  of  the  house  of  the  [  Lord  our  |  God, 

I  |  will  seek  |  good  to  |  thee.  Ps.  cxxii. 


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1JL  That  the  mountain  of  the 


in  the  *  last  j  days, 
house  |  of  the  |  Lord 

2  Shall  be  established  in  the  |  top  ■  of  the  |  mountains, 
And  shall  be  exjalted  a|bove  the  |  hills. 

3  And  all  nations  shall  |  flow  unto  |  it  ; 
And  many  j  people  shall  |  go,  and  |  say, 

4  Come  ye,  and  let  us  go  up  to  the  |  mountain  of  the  |  Lord, 
To  the  |  house  '  of  the  |  God  of  |  Jacob. 

5  And  He  will  |  teach  us  of  his  j  ways, 
And  we  will  j  walk  |  in  his  |  paths. 

6  For  out  of  Zion  shall  go  |  forth  the  |  law, 
And  the  word  of  the  Lord  |  from  Je|rusa|lem. 

7  And  He  shall  |  judge  among  the  |  nations, 
And  shall  re|buke  |  many  |  people. 

8  And  they  shall  beat  their  |  swords  into  |  ploughshares, 
And  their  |  spears  into  |  pruning| hooks. 

9  Nation  shall  not  lift  up  |  sword  against  |  nation  ; 
Neither  shall  they  learn  |  war  |  any  |  more. 

10  0  house  of  |  Jacob,  |  come  ye, 

And  let  us  I  walk  ■  in  the  I  light  •  of  the  I  Lord.     Is.  ii.  2. 


1A   AND  in  this  mountain  shall  the  Lord  of  Hosts  |  make  ■  to 
XL  all  |  people 
A  feast  of  fat  things,  a  |  feast  of  |  wines  '  on  the  |  lees, 

2  Of  fat  things  |  full  of  |  marrow, 
Of  wines  on  the  I  lees  I  well  rei fined. 


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3  And  He  will  de|stroy  *  in  this  |  mountain 

The  face  of  the  covering  |  cast  |  over  all  |  people, 

4  And  the  vail  that  is  spread  |  over  all  |  nations. 
He  will  swallow  up  |  death  in  |  victo|ry. 

5  And  the  |  Lord  Je|hovih 

Will  wipe  away  |  tears  from  |  off  all  |  faces  : 

6  And  the  rebuke  of  his  people  shall  He  take  away  from  |  off 

all  the  |  earth  ; 
For  the  |  Lord  hath  |  spoken  |  it. 

7  And  it  shall  be  said  in  that  day,  Lo,  |  this  *  is  our  |  God  ; 
We  have  waited  for  |  Him,  and  |  He  will  |  save  us  : 

8  This  is  the  Lord  ;  we  have  |  waited  |  for  Him  ; 
We  will  be  glad  and  re|joice  in  |  his  sal|vation. 

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Lord  ; 
For  He  hath  torn,  and  |  He  will  |  heal  us  ; 
He  hath  smitten,  and  |  He  will  J  bind  us  |  up. 


2  After  two  days  will  |  He  re|vive  us  ; 
In  the  third  day  He  will  |  raise  us  |  up 
And  we  shall  |  live  |  in  his  |  sight. 


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on  to  I  know  the  I  Lord. 


4  His  going  forth  is  pre j  pared  *  as  the  |  morning  : 
And  He  shall  come  unto  us  |  as  the  |  rain  ; 
As  the  latter  and  former  |  rain  un|to  the  |  earth. 


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"1  *}  TJOW  lovely  are  thy  [  taberjnacles, 
u  II  0  |  Lord  |  of  |  Hosts. 

2  My  soul  longeth,  yea,  even  faintetli  for  the  |  courts  '  of 

the  |  Lord  : 
My  heart  and  my  flesh  cry  |  out  *  for  the  |  living  j  God. 

3  Yea,  the  sparrow  hath  |  found  an  |  house, 
And  the  swallow  a  j  nest  |  for  her  j  self, 

4  Where  she  may  |  lay  her  |  young'  ; 

Thine  altars,  O  Lord  of  Hosts,  my  |  King  j  and  my  |  God. 

5  Blessed  are  they  that  |  dwell  *  in  thy  |  house  : 
Con|thvual|ly  they  |  praise  Thee. 

6  Blessed  is  the  man  whose  |  strength  *  is  in  |  Thee, 
In  whose  |  heart  |  are  the  *  high-  j  ways. 

7  Passing  through  the  valley  of  weeping  they  make  it  a  |  place 

of  |  fountains  : 
The  early  rain  also  doth  |  cover  |  it  with  |  blessings. 

8  They  go  from  |  strength  to  |  strength  ; 

He  appeareth  be|fore  |  God  in  |  Zion.  Ps.  lxxxiv. 

]Q  A  LORD,  God  of  Hosts,  |  hear  my  |  prayer  : 
±fJ  U     Give  |  ear,  O  |  God  of  |  Jacob. 

2  Behold,  0  |  God,  our  |  shield  ; 

And  look  upon  the  |  face  of  |  thine  an|ointed. 

3  For  a  day  in  |  thy  |  courts 

Is  |  better  [  than  a  |  thousand. 

4  I  had  rather  stand  at  the  door  in  the  |  house  '  of  my  |  God, 
Than  to  dwell  in  the  |  tents  of  |  wicked  ]ness. 

5  For  the  Lord  God  is  a  |  sun  and  j  shield  : 
•     The  Lord  |  will  give    grace  and  |  glory. 

6  No  good  will  f  He  with  hold 

From  them  that  I  walk  in  j  upright |ness. 

7  0  |  Lord  of  |  Hosts, 

Blessed  is  the  I  man  that  I  trusteth  in  I  Thee.     Ps.  lxxxiv.  8. 


INTRODUCTORY. 


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OD  be  merciful  unto  |  us,  and  |  bless  us, 
And  cause  bis  |  face  to  |  sbine  up|on  us  ; 


That  thy  way  niay  be  |  known  upon  |  earth, 

Thy  saving  j  health  a|mong  all  |  nations. 

Let  the  people  |  praise  ■  Thee,  O  |  God  ; 

Let  |  all  the  |  people  |  praise  Thee. 

0  let  the  nations  be  glad  and  |  sing  for  |  joy  : 

For  Thou  shalt  judge  the  people  righteously,  and  govern  the 

nations  |  upon  |  earth. 
Let  the  people  |  praise  *  Thee,  0  |  God  ; 
Let  |  all  the  |  people  |  praise  Thee. 
The  earth  shall  |  yield  her  |  increase  : 
God,  I  our  own  |  God,  shall  |  bless  us. 
God  shall  |  bless  |  us, 
And  all  the  I  ends'  of  the  I  earth  shall  I  fear  Him.      Ps.  lxvii. 


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JL   Slow  to  |  anger  and  |  great  in  |  mercy. 

2  The  Lord  is  |  good  to  |  all ; 

And  his  mercies  are  |  over  |  all  his  |  works. 

3  All  thy  works  shall  j  praise  Thee,  O  |  Lord  ; 
And  thy  |  saints  shall  |  bless  |  Thee. 

4  They  shall  speak  of  the  j  glory  of  thy  |  kingdom, 
And  |  talk  of  |  thy  |  might. 

5  To  make  known  to  the  sons  of  men  his  |  mighty  |  acts, 
And  the  glorious  |  majes'ty  ]  of  his  \  kingdom. 

6  Thy  kingdom  is  an  everlasting  |  kingdom  ; 

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XIII. 


1  C*  TUDGE  me,  0  God,  and  |  plead  my  j  cause, 
J    A  |  gainst  '  an  un|  godly  |  nation. 

2  0  de  liver  |  me 

From  the  man  of  de|ceit  '  and  in|iquijty. 

3  For  Thou  art  the  |  God  ■  of  my  |  strength  : 
Why  |  dost  Thou  |  cast  me  |  off  ? 

4  Why  |  go  I  |  mourning, 

Because  of  the  oppression  |  of  the  |  enemy? 

5  0  send  I  out  thy  |  light, 

And  thy  |  truth  ;  |  let  them  |  lead  me  : 

6  Let  them  hring  me  unto  thy  |  holy  |  hill, 
And  |  to  thy  |  taberjnacles. 

7  Then  will  I  go  unto  the  |  altar  of  |  God  ; 
Unto  God  the  |  gladness  |  of  my  |  joy  : 

8  And  |  I  will  |  praise  Thee 

Upon  the  |  harp,  O  |  God,  my  |  God. 

9  Why  art  thou  bowed  down,  !  O  my  |  soul  ? 
And  why  art  thou  dis| quiet ;ed  with | in  me  ? 

10  Hope  in  God,  for  I  |  yet  shall  |  praise  Him  ; 

Who  is  the  health  of  my  |  countenance,  |  and  my  |  God. 

Ps.  xliii. 


XIV. 


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GOD,  Thou  |  art  my  |  God  ; 
Early  I  will  I  I  seek  I  Thee. 


My  soul  thirsteth  for  Thee,  my  flesh  |  longeth  for  |  Thee, 
In  a  dry  and  thirsty  land,  |  where  no  |  water  |  is  : 


INTRODUCTORY. 


11 


3  To  see  thy  [  power  and  thy  |  glory, 

So  as  I  have  seen  Thee  j  in  the  |  sanctu|ary. 

4  Because  thy  loving  kindness  is  |  better  than  |  life, 
My  |  lips  shall  |  praise  |  Thee. 

5  Thus  will  I  bless  Thee  |  while  I  |  live  : 

I  will  lift  |  up  my  |  hands  '  in  thy  |  name. 

6  My  soul  shall  be  satisfied  as  with  |  marrow  and  |  fatness  ; 
And  my  mouth  shall  |  praise  '  Thee  with  |  joyful  |  lips  ; 

7  When  I  remember  Thee  up|on  my  [  bed, 

And  meditate  on  Thee  |  in  the  |  night- 1  watches.     Ps.  lxiii. 


Dox.  Salvation  belongeth  |  to  the  |  Lord  ; 
Thy  blessing  |  is  up|on  thy  |  people. 


Ps.  iii.  8. 


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JL   Thy  faithfulness  |  reacheth  |  unto  the  [  clouds. 

2  Thy  righteousness  is  like  the  |  mountains  of  |  God  ; 
Thy  |  judgments  |  are  a  *  great  |  deep  : 

3  0  Lord,  Thou  preservest  |  man  and  |  beast. 
How  precious  is  thy  |  loving- {kindness,  O  |  God  ! 

4  Therefore  the  children  of  men  |  put  their  |  trust 
Under  the  |  shadow  |  of  thy  |  wings. 

5  They  shall  be  abundantly  |  satis  |fied 
With  the  |  fatness  |  of  thy  |  house  ; 

6  And  Thou  shalt  |  make  them  |  drink 
Of  the  j  river  |  of  thy  |  pleasures. 

7  For  with  Thee  is  the  |  fountain  of  \  life  : 
In  thy  |  light  shall  |  we  see  |  light. 

8  0  continue  thy  loving-kindness  unto  |  them  that  |  know  Thee ; 
And  thy  righteousness  |  to  the  |  upright  in  |  heart. 

Ps.  xxxvi.  5. 


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XVI. 


JC)  rpHE  LORD  |  is  my  |  light 

_L   And  my  salvation  ;  j  whom  '  shall  I  | 
2  The  Lord  is  the  j  strength  '  of  my  |  life 
Of  I  whom  '  shall  I  I  be  afraid? 


fear? 


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One  thing  have  I  desired  of  the  Lord,  |  that  '  will  I 
That  I  may  dwell  in  the  house  of  the  Lord  |  all  the 

of  my  |  life, 
To  behold  the  |  beauty  of  the  |  LORD, 
And  to  in  |  quire  |  in  his  |  temple. 

For  in  the  |  day  of  |  trouble 

He  shall  j  hide  '  me  in  |  his  pa|vilion  : 

In  the  secret  of  his  tabernacle  I  shall  He  I  hide  me  ; 


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He  shall  set  me  |  up  up|on  a  |  rock. 

7  And  now  shall  mine  head  be  |  lifted  I  up 
Above  mine  |  enemies  |  round  a|bout  me  : 

8  Therefore  will  I  offer  in  his  tabernacle  sacrifices  of  |  joy  ; 
I  will  sing,  yea,  I  will  sing  |  praises  |  to  the  |  Lord. 

Ps.  xxvii. 

XVII. 


9Q  "OLESSED  ]  is  the  |  man 


That  walketh  not  in  the  |  counsel  |  of  ■  the  un|  godly, 


l^TKODUCTORY. 


13 


2  Nor  standetli  in  the  |  way  of  |  sinners, 
Nor  sitteth  in  the  |  seat  |  of  the  |  scornful. 

3  But  his  delight  is  in  the  |  law  *  of  the  |  Lord  ; 
And  in  his  law  doth  he  |  medrtate  |  day  and  |  night. 

4  And  he  shall  be  like  a  tree  planted  by  the  |  rivers  *  of  |  waters, 
That  bringeth  forth  his  |  fruit  |  in  his  |  season  : 

5  His  leaf  also  |  shall  not  J  wither  ; 

And  whatsoever  he  |  doeth  |  shall  j  prosper. 

6  The  ungodly  |  are  not  |  so  : 

But  are  like  the  chaff  which  the  |  wind  doth  [  drive  a|way. 

7  Therefore  the  ungodly  shall  not  |  stand  ■  in  the  |  judgment, 
Nor  sinners  in  the  congre|gation  |  of  the  |  righteous. 

8  For  the  Lord  knoweth  the  |  way  ■  of  the  |  righteous  ; 
But  the  way  of  the  unjgodly  |  shall  |  perish.  Ps.  i. 


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21  pO^E,  and  let  us  go  up  to  the  mountain  of  the  |  Lord, 
\J  And  to  the  house  of  the  J  God  of  |  Jacob. 

2  And  He  will  teach  us  of  his  |  ways  ; 
And  we  will  |  walk  ■  in  his  |  paths. 

3  For  the  law  shall  go  forth  from  |  Zion, 

And  the  word  of  the  Lord  |  from  Jerusalem. 

4  And  He  shall  judge  among  many  |  people, 
And  rebuke  strong  |  na-  tions  ajfar  off. 

5  And  they  shall  beat  their  swords  into  |  ploughshares, 
And  their  |  spears  into  |  pruning-hooks. 

6  Nation  shall  not  lift  up  sword  against  |  nation, 
Neither  shall  they  learn  |  war  |  any  more. 

7  But  they  shall  sit,  |  every  man, 

Under  his  vine  and  |  un-der  his  |  fig-tree  : 

8  And  none  shall  make  a|fraid  : 

For  the  mouth  of  the  Lord  of  |  Hosts  hath  j  spoken  it. 

Mic.  iv. 


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For  his  |  mercy  |  is  for  |  ever. 


2  Open  to  nie  the  gates  of  |  righteous  |ness  : 

I  will  go  into  them  :  j  I  will  |  praise  the  |  Lord. 

3  This  is  the  |  gate  *  of  the  |  Lord  ; 
The  righteous  shall  j  enter  |  into  |  it. 

4  I  will  praise  Thee  ;  for  |  Thou  hast  [  heard  me, 
And  art  be  j  come  |  my  saljvation. 

5  The  stone  which  the  j  builders  re] fused, 

Is  become  the  j  head-stone  J  of  the  |  corner. 

6  This  is  |  from  the  |  Lord  : 

It  is  |  marvellous  j  in  our  |  eyes. 

7  This  is  the  day  which  the  |  Lord  hath  |  made  : 
We  will  re|joice  ■  and  be  j  glad  in  |  it. 

8  Save  now,  I  beseech  Thee,  ]  O  |  Lord  : 

O  Lord,  I  beseech  Thee,  |  send  |  now  prosperity. 

9  Blessed  be  he  that  cometh  in  the  |  name  *  of  the  ]  Lord  : 
We  have  blessed  you  |  from  the  |  house  *  of  the  j  Lord. 

10  God  is  the  Lord,  Who  hath  |  showed  us  |  light : 

Bind  the  sacrifice  with  |  cords  *  to  the  |  horns  '  of  the  j  altar. 

11  Thou  art  my  God,  and  |  I  will  |  praise  Thee  ; 
My  |  God,  I  |  will  ex  |  alt  Thee. 


12  O  give  thanks  unto  the  Lord,  for  |  He  is  |  good  : 

For  his  |  mercy  |  is  for  |  ever.  Ps.  cxviii.  1,  19. 


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9QT  WILL  bless  the  Lord  [  at  all  |  times  : 
X    Continually  shall  Lis  |  praise  be  |  in  niy 


2  My  soul  shall  make  her  |  boast  "  in  the  | 
.    The  humble  shall  |  hear,  |  and  be  |  glad. 

3  0  magnify  the  |  Lord  |  with  me, 
And  let  us  ex  |  alt  his  |  name  to|gether. 

4  I  sought  the  Lord,  |  and  He  |  heard  me, 
And  delivered  *  me  from  |  all  my  |  fears. 


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5  They  looked  unto  |  Him,  and  were  |  lightened 
And  their  |  faces  were  |  not  a  [shamed. 

6  This  poor  man  cried,  and  the  |  Lord  |  heard  ; 
And  saved  him  |  out  of  |  all  his  |  troubles. 

7  The  angel  of  the  |  Lord  en|campeth 
Around  them  that  fear  Him,  |  and  de|livereth 

8  O  taste  and  see  that  the  |  Lord  is  |  good  : 
Blessed  is  the  I  man  that  I  trusteth  *  in  I  Him. 


them. 


9  0  fear  the  Lord,  |  ye  his  |  saints  ; 

For  there  is  no  |  want  to  |  them  that  |  fear  Him. 

10  The  young  lions  do  lack,  and  |  suffer  |  hunger  : 

But  they  that  seek  the  Lord  shall  not  |  want  |  any  |  good. 

Ps.  xxxiy. 


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COME,  ye  children,  |  hearken  unto  |  me  : 
I  will  |  teach  *  you  the  |  fear  *  of  the  |  Lord. 

What  man  de|sireth  |  life, 

And  loveth  many  |  days,  that  |  he  may  ■  see  |  good  ? 

Keep  thy  |  tongue  from  j  evil, 

And  thy  |  lips  from  |  speaking  |  guile. 

Depart  from  evil,  I  and  do  |  good  : 
Seek  |  peace,  |  and  pur | sue  it. 

The  eyes  of  the  Lord  are  up  Jon  the  |  righteous, 
And  his  ears  are  |  open  |  to  their  |  cry. 

The  face  of  the  Lord  is  against  |  them  that "  do  |  evil, 
To  cut  off  the  rejmembrance  ■  of  them  |  from  the  |  earth. 

The  righteous  cry,  and  the  |  Lord  |  heareth  ; 
And  delivereth  them  |  out  of  |  all  their  |  troubles. 

The  Lord  is  nigh  unto  the  ]  broken  in  |  heart : 
And  saveth  such  as  j  be  •  of  a  j  contrite  |  spirit. 

Many  are  the  afflictions  |  of  the  |  righteous  : 
But  the  Lord  doth  del  liver  him  I  from  them  I  all. 


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all  his  |  bones  : 
them  is  I  broken. 


Ps.  xxxiv.  11. 


XXII. 


25  0  C0ME' let  us  I  sins  * to  tlie ' LoRD ; 


Let  us  make  a  joyful  noise  to  the  |  Rock  of  |  our  saliva- 
tion. 

2  Let  us  come  before  his  presence  with  |  thanks  |  giving, 
And  make  a  joyful  |  noise  unto  [  Him  with  |  psalms. 


INTRODUCTORY. 


1? 


3  For  a  great  I  God  is  tlie  |  Lord, 
And  a  great  |  King  ajbove  all  |  gods. 

4  In  his  hand  are  the  |  depths  ■  of  the  |  earth  ; 
And  the  j  heights  *  of  the  |  mountains  are  j  his. 

5  The  sea  is  I  his,  '  and  He  j  made  it ; 

And  his  |  hands  did  j  form  the  *  dry  |  land. 

6  0  come,  let  us  j  worship  and  bow  |  down  ; 
Let  us  kneel  bejfore  the  |  Lord  our  j  Maker. 

7  For  j  He  is  •  our  |  God  ; 

And  we  are  the  people  of  his  |  pasture,  and  the  |  sheep  *  of 
his  I  hand.  Ps.  xcv. 


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0,  every  one  that  thirsteth,  come  |  ye  *  to  the  |  waters  ; 
And  he  that  hath  no  ;  money,  j  come  ye,  j  buy  and  |  eat. 

Yea,  come,  buy  \  wine  and  !  milk, 
Without  j  money,  j  and  with; out  j  price. 

Wherefore  do  ye  spend  money  for  that  which  j  is  not  |  bread  ? 
And  your  labor  for  |  that  which  |  satis  fieth  j  not? 

Hearken  diligently  unto  me,  and  eat  ye  |  that  *  which  is  |  good; 
And  let  your  |  soul  de  light  it; self  in  j  fatness. 

Incline  your  ear,  and  I  come  ■  unto  |  me  : 
Hear,  ;  and  your  j  soul  |  shall  |  live. 

And  I  will  make  an  everlasting  |  covenant  J  with  you. 
Even  the  \  sure  |  mercies  of  j  Da|vid. 

Behold,  I  have  given  him  for  a  witness  |  to  the  [  people, 
A  leader  j  and  commander  j  to  the  |  people. 

Behold,  thou  shalt  call  a  nation  that  thou  |  knowest  [  not ; 
And  nations  that  |  knew  not  |  thee  shall  |  run  unto  |  thee  ; 

Because  of  the  j  Lord  thy  |  God  ; 

And  for  the  Holy  One  of  Israel ;  for  |  He  hath  |  glori[fied  | 
thee.  Is.  lv. 


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XXIV 


*  This  note  is  sung  only  when  two  syllables  fall  to  this  measure. 


9^7  QEEK  ye  the  Lord,  while  He  may  be 
O  Call  ye  upon  Him,  |  while  '  He  is 


found  ; 
near. 

2  Let  the  wicked  forsake  his  |  way, 

And  the  unrighteous  |  man  his  |  thoughts  : 

3  And  let  him  return  unto  the  |  Lord, 
And  He  will  have  |  mercy  up|on  him  ; 

4  And  unto  our  |  God, 

For  He  will  a|bun'dantly  |  pardon. 

5  For  my  thoughts  are  not  |  your  thoughts, 
Neither  are  my  ways  your  ways,  |  saith  the  ]  LORD. 

6  For  as  the  heavens  are  higher  than  the  ]  earth, 

So  are  my  ways  higher  than  your  ways,  and  my  |  thoughts 
than  |  your  thoughts. 

7  For  as  the  rain  cometh  down,  and  the  snow  from  |  heaven, 
And  returneth  not  thither,  but  |  watereth  the  |  earth  ; 

8  And  maketh  it  bring  forth  and  |  bud, 

That  it  may  give  seed  to  the  sower,  and  |  bread  *  to  the  | 
eater : 

9  So  shall  my  word  be,  that  goeth  forth  out  of  my  |  mouth  : 
It  shall  not  re  |  turn  ■  to  Me  |  void  ; 

10  But  it  shall  accomplish  that  which  I  |  please, 

And  it  shall  prosper  in  the  thing  where] to  I  j  sent  it. 


11  For  ye  shall  go  out  with  |  joy, 
And  be  led  |  forth  with  |  peace. 

12  The  mountains  and  the  hills  shall  break  forth  before  you 

into  |  singing ; 
And  all  the  trees  of  the  field  shall  |  clap  their  |  hands. 

13  Instead  of  the  thorn  shall  come  up  the  |  fir-tree  ; 
And  instead  of  the  brier  shall  come  |  up  the  |  myrtle  : 

14  And  it  shall  be  to  the  Lord  for  a  |  name  ; 

For  an  everlasting  sign  that  shall  |  not '  be  cut  j  off. 

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^u  X   I  will    walk  ■  in  thy  '  truth  : 

Unite  my    heart  to    fear  thy    name. 

2  I  will  praise  Thee,  0    Lord  my    God, 
With    all  my    heart ; 

And  I  will  glorify  thy    name  for    ever-  more. 

3  For  great  is  thy  !  mercy  j  toward  me  : 
And  Thou    hast  de  livered 

My    soul  •  from  the    lowest  j  hell. 

4  0  God,  the  proud  are  :  risen  a  gainst  me, 

And  the  assemblies  of  violent  men  have  sought  !  after  my  | 

soul ; 
And  have    not  set    Thee  be  fore  them. 

5  But  |  Thou,  O    Loed, 

Art  a  God  full  of  com  passion  and  !  gracious, 

Long  suffering,  and  plenteous  in  |  mercy    and  in    truth. 

6  0  turn  unto  me,  and  have    mercy  up  on  me  : 
Give  thy  strength     unto  thy    servant, 

And    save  the     son  ■  of  thine    handmaid. 

7  Show  me  a    token  for    good, 

That  they  who  hate  me  may    see  and  '  be  a  shamed  : 
Because    Thou,   O   Loed,  hast   j  holpen  ■  me,  and  I   com- 
fort -ed  ,  me.  Ps.  lxxxvi.  11. 


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XL  Give  |  ear  ■  to  my  |  supplij  cations. 

2  In  thy  faithfulness  j  answer  |  me, 
And  |  in  thy  |  righteous! ness. 

3  And  enter  not  into  |  judgment  with  thy  |  servant : 
For  in  thy  sight  shall  no  man  |  living  be  |  justified. 

4  For  the  enemy  hath  pursued  |  after  my  j  soul : 
He  hath  smitten  my  |  life  |  down  '  to  the  |  ground. 

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As  |  those  *  that  have  |  been  long  |  dead. 

6  Therefore  is  my  spirit  overwhelmed  with  |  in  me  : 
My  heart  with  |  in  ■  me  is  |  desolate. 

7  I  remember  the  days  of  old  :  I  meditate  on  |  all  thy  |  works  ; 
I  muse  upon  the  |  work  j  of  thy  j  hands. 

8  I  stretch  forth  my  |  hands  unto  |  Thee  : 

My  soul  thirsteth  after  |  Thee,  as  a  |  thirsty  |  land. 

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X)  For  |  I  am  |  poor  and  |  needy. 

2  Preserve  my  soul,  for  |  I  am  |  holy  : 

O  Thou  my  God,  save  thy  |  servant  that  |  trusteth  in  |  Thee. 

3  Be  merciful  unto  I  me,  0  |  Lord  ; 
For  I  cry  unto  |  Thee  j  all  the  |  day. 


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4  Rejoice  the  j  soul  •  of  thy    servant  : 

For  unto  Thee,  0  Lord,'  do    I  lift    up  ray    soul. 

5  For  Thou,  0  Lord,  art  good,  and  ready    to  for  give  ; 
And  plenteous  in  mercy  to    all  that     call  up  on  Thee. 

6  Give  ear,  0    Lord,  to  my    prayer  ; 

And  attend  to  the    voice  '  of  my    suppli  cations. 

7  In  the  day  of  my  trouble  I  will    call  up  on  Thee  ; 

For    Thou  wilt  |  answer    me.  Ps.  lxxxvi. 


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3  He  that  slandereth    not  '  with  his    tongue,     " 
Nor  doeth  evil  to    his  com  panion, 

Nor  taketh  up  a  re  proach  a  gainst  his    neighbor. 

4  In  whose  eyes  a  vile  person    is  con  temned  ; 
But  he  honoreth  them  that     fear  the    Lord  : 

He  that  sweareth  to  his  own    hurt,  and    changeth    not. 

o  He  that  putteth  not  out  his    money  to    usury, 
Xor  taketh  reward  a  gainst  the    innocent  : 
He  that  doeth    these  ■  things  shall    never  be    moved. 

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And  hide  not  Thy  |  self  ■  from  my  |  suppli|  cation. 

2  Attend  unto  [  me,  and  |  hear  me  : 

I  mourn  in  my  com] plaint,  and  |  make  a  |  noise  : 

3  Because  of  the  |  voice  *  of  the  |  enemy  ; 
Because  of  the  opjpression  |  of  the  j  wicked  : 

4  For  they  cast  injiqurty  up|on  me  ; 
And  in  |  anger  |  do  they  |  hate  me. 

5  My  heart  is  sore  |  pained  withlin  me  : 

And  the  terrors  of  |  death  are  |  fallen  up] on  me. 

6  Fearf  ulness  and  trembling  are  |  come  up  [on  me  ; 
And  !  horror  hath    I  overwhelmed  me. 


7  And  I  said,  0  that  I  had  |  wings  *  like  a  |  dove  ; 
I  would  fly  a  |  way  and  j  be  at  |  rest. 

8  Lo,  I  would  |  wander  far  I  off, 
And  re  [main  '  in  the  |  wilder]  ness. 


9  I  would  hasten  ]  my  esjcape 

From  the  |  windy  ]  storm  and  |  tempest. 

10  O  that  I  had  |  wings  *  like  a  |  dove  ; 
I  would  fly  ajway  and  |  be  at  |  rest. 


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JL  Let  uie  j  never    be  aishanied. 

2  Deliver  nie  in  thy  |  righteous  ness  : 

Bow  down  thine  ear  to  nie  ;  dej liver  me  j  speedijly. 

3  Be  Thou  to  me  a  |  rock  of    strength, 
For  an    house  *  of  de  fence  to  j  save  me  : 

4  For  Thou  art  my  '  rock  "  and  my  ;  fortress  ; 

Therefore  for  thy  [  name's  sake  |  lead  *  me  and  j  guide  me. 

5  Pull  me  out  of  the  net  that  they  have  privily  |  laid  for  |  me  ; 
For    Thou    art  my    strength. 

6  Into  thine  hand  I  com  mit  my  '  spirit  : 

Thou  hast  redeemed  me,  0    Lord,    God  of  J  truth. 

7  I  have  hated  them  that  regard    lying  j  vanities  ; 
But  I  have    trusted    in  the  |  Lord. 

8  I  will  be  glad  and  re  joice  '  in  thy  '  mercy  : 
For  Thou  ;  hast  conjsidered  my  |  trouble  : 

9  Thou  hast  known  my  ;  soul  in  adversities  : 
And    hast  not    shut  me  i  up 

10  Into  the  |  hand  of  the  |  enemy  : 

Thou  hast  set  my  j  feet ■  in  a  |  large  '  place.         Ps.  xxxi. 


Dox.    0  bless  our  '  God,  ye  '  people, 

And  make  the    voice  ■  of  his    praise  '  to  be  ]  heard  ; 

Who  holdeth  our    soul  in  |  life, 

And  suffereth    not  our    feet  •  to  be  i  moved.     Ps.  lxvi.  8. 


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JUL  Have  mercy  also  up  [on  ■  me,  and  |  answer  |  me. 

2  Wlien  Thou  saidst,  |  Seek  ye  my  |  face  ; 

My  heart   said   unto   Thee,  Thy  |  face,  O  |  Lord,  will  I 
seek. 

3  Hide  not  thy  |  face  from  I  me  ; 

Put  not  thy  |  servant  ajway  in  |  anger. 

4  Thou  hast  been  my  help  ;  |  leave  me  |  not, 
Neither  forsake  me,  0  |  God  of  |  my  saljvation. 

5  When  my  father  and  |  mother  for  J  sake  me, 
Then  the  |  Lord  will  |  take  me  |  up. 


6  Teach  me  thy  |  way,  0  |  Lord  ; 

And  lead  me  |  in  a  |  path  of  [  plainness. 


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OU  U    O  my  |  God,  I  |  trust  in  |  Thee  : 


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2  Let  me  |  not  be  a| shamed  : 

Let  not  mine  enemies  ;  triumph  |  over  |  me. 

3  Yea,  let  none  that  wait  on  |  Thee  be  a  [shamed  : 

Let  them  be  ashamed  who  trans  gress  with  [out  a  |  cause. 

4  Show  me  thy  |  ways,  0  |  Lord  ; 
Teach  [  Thou  me  |  thy  |  paths. 

5  Lead  me  in  thy  |  truth,  and  \  teach  me  : 

For  Thou  art  the  God  of  my  salvation  :  on  Thee  do  I  |  wait 
all  the  |  day. 


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6  Remember,  0  Lord,  thy  tender  mercies  and  thy  |  loving  | 

kindnesses  ; 
For  they  |  are  from  |  ever  j  lasting. 

7  Remember  not  the  ]  sins  '  of  my  |  youth, 
Nor  |  my  trans  :greS|Sions. 

8  According  to  thy  mercy  re|member  Thou  |  me, 

For  thy  j  goodness'  |  sake,  0  j  Lord.  Ps.  xxv. 


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11  From  the  end  of  the  earth  will  I  |  cry  |  unto  |  Thee, 

2  When  mine  heart  is  |  over] whelmed  : 

Lead  me  to  the  |  Rock  ■  that  is  |  higher  than  |  I. 

3  For  Thou  hast  been  a  |  shelter  |  for  me, 
A  strong  |  tower  from  the  |  eneimy. 

4  I  will  abide  for  ever  in  thy  |  taberjnacle  : 

I  will  trust  in  the  |  covert  |  of  thy  |  wings. 

5  For  Thou,  0  God,  hast  |  heard  my  |  vows  : 

Thou  hast  given  me  the  heritage  of  |  those  that  J  fear  thy 
name. 
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His  years  as  generation  and  |  generation. 

7  He  shall  abide  before  |  God  for  |  ever  : 

0  prepare  mercy  and  |  truth  ;  let  |  them  pre] serve  him. 

8  So  will  I  sing  praise  unto  thy  |  name  for  |  ever, 

That  I  may  |  daily  per  j  form  my  |  vows.  Ps.  lxi. 


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JL   And  if  by  reason  of  |  strength  they  be  |  fourscore  |  years, 

2  Yet  is  their  strength  |  labor  and  |  sorrow  ; 
For  it  is  soon  cut  j  off,  and  we  |  fly  a|way. 

3  Who  knoweth  the  |  power  of  thine  [  anger  ? 
Even  according  to  thy  j  fear,  |  so  *  is  thy  |  wrath. 

4  So  teach  us  to  |  number  our  j  days, 

That  we  may  apply  our  j  hearts  |  unto  |  wisdom. 

5  Return,  0  |  Lokd,  how  |  long? 

And  let  it  re  j  pent  '  Thee  concerning  thy  |  servants. 

6  Oh,  satisfy  us  early  |  with  thy  |  kindness ; 

That  we  may  rejoice  and  be  |  glad  j  all  our  |  days. 

7  Make  us  glad  according  to  the  days  wherein  Thou  hast  af-  | 

flicted  |  us, 
And  the  |  years  wherein  |  we  have  *  seen  |  evil. 

8  Let  thy  work  apjpear  •  to  thy  [  servants, 
And  thy  |  glory  |  unto  their  ]  children. 

9  And  let  the  beauty  of  the  Lord  our  |  God  •  be  up  [on  us  ; 
And  establish  Thou  the  |  work  •  of  our  |  hands  upjon  us  : 

10  Yea,  the  |  work  *  of  our  |  hands 

Establish  I  Thou  I  it.  Ps.  xc.  10. 


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QQ  TV/TY  days  are  like  a  shadow  |  that  de|clineth, 
IVJ.  And  I  am  |  withered  |  like  the  |  grass. 

2  But  Thou,  O  Lord,  shalt  en  |  dure  for  |  ever ; 

And  thy  remembrance  to  generjation  and  |  generation. 

3  Thou  shalt  arise,  and  have  |  mercy  on  |  Zion  : 

For  the  time  to  favor  her,  yea,  the  |  set  |  time  is  |  come. 

4  For  thy  servants  take  pleasure  |  in  her  |  stones, 
And  |  favor  the  |  dust  there  j  of. 

5  And  the  nations  shall  fear  the  |  name  *  of  the  |  Loud, 
And  all  the  |  kings  *  of  the  |  earth  thy  |  glory. 

6  When  the  Lord  shall  |  build  up  |  Zion, 
He  shall  ap|pear  |  in  his  |  glory. 

7  He  will  regard  the  prayer  of  the  |  destitute, 
And  |  not  des|pise  their  |  prayer. 

8  This  shall  be  written  for  the  generation  to  |  come  ;    [Lord. 
And  the  people  which  shall  be  cre|ated  shall  |  praise  the  | 

9  For  He  hath  looked  down  from  the  height  of  his  |  sanctu|ary  : 
From  heaven  did  the  |  Lord  be  |  hold  the  J  earth. 

10  To  hear  the  groaning  of  the  |  prison  |er  ; 
To  re  |  lease  the  |  sons  of  |  death  ; 

11  To  declare  the  name  of  the  |  Lord  in  |  Zion, 
And  his  |  praise  ■  in  Je|rusa|lem  ; 

12  When  the  people  ar,e  |  gath'ered  to|gether, 

And  the  |  king'doms  to  |  serve  the  |  Lord.         Ps.  cii.  11. 


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2  And  passeth  |  by  ■  the  trans  jgression 
Of  the  remnant  of  his  |  heri|tage  ? 

3  He  retaineth  not  his  j  anger  for  |  ever  ; 
Because  He  de|lighteth  in  |  mercy. 

4  He  will  |  turn  a! gain  ; 

He  will  have  com|pas*sion  up|on  us  : 

5  He  will  subdue  our  iniquijties  : 

And  Thou  wilt  cast  all  their  sins  into  the  |  depths  *  of  the  |  sea. 

6  Thou  wilt  perform  the  |  truth  unto  |  Jacob, 
The  mercy  unto  |  Abra|ham, 

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Thou  knowest  my  down-sitting  and  mine  up-rising, 
Thou  under  standest  my  |  thoughts  ajfar  off. 

2  Thou  compassest  my  path  and  my  |  lying  |  down, 
And  art  ac|quainted  with  |  all  my  |  ways. 

3  For  there  is  not  a  |  word  '  in  my  |  tongue, 

But,  lo,  O  Lord,  Thou  |  knowest  it  |  alto|gether. 

4  Thou  hast  beset  me  be  | hind  ■  and  be |  fore, 
And  hast  |  laid  thine  |  hand  up  Jon  me. 

5  Such  knowledge  is  too  |  wonder-  ful  j  for  me  :  ■ 
It  is  high  ;  I  |  can'not  at|tain  ■  unto  |  it. 


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6  Whither  shall  I  |  go  •  from  thy  |  Spirit  ? 

Or  whither  |  shall  I  |  flee  '  from  thy  |  presence  ? 

7  If  I  ascend  up  into  |  heaven,  Thou  art  |  there  : 

If  I  make  my  bed  in  |  hell,  be  j  hold,  Thou  art  |  there. 

8  If  I  take  the  |  wings  '  of  the  |  morning, 

And  dwell  in  the  |  utter  "most  |  parts  '  of  the  |  sea ; 

9  Even  there  thy  |  hand  shall  |  lead  me. 
And  |  thy  right  j  hand  shall  |  hold  me. 

10  If  I  say,  Surely  the  |  darkness  shall  |  cover  me  ; 
Even  the  |  night  ■  shall  be  |  light  a  |  bout  me. 

11  Yea,  the  darkness  hideth  not  from  Thee ;  but  the  night  | 

shineth  |  as  the  day  : 
The  darkness  and  the  light  are  ]  both  a|like  to  |  Thee. 

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U  0  Lord,  |  hearken  |  to  my  |  voice. 

2  Let  thine  |  ears  be  attentive 

Unto  the  |  voice  '  of  my  |  suppli|  cations. 

3  If  Thou,  O  Lord,  shouldst  |  mark  iniquities, 
O  |  Lord,  |  who  shall  |  stand? 

4  But  with  |  Thee  *  is  for|giveness, 
That  |  Thou  |  mayst  be  |  feared. 

5  I  wait  for  the  Lord,  my  |  soul  doth  |  wait ; 
And  in  his  |  word  |  do  I  |  hope. 

6  My  soul  waiteth  for  the  Lord  more  than  |  watchers  for  the  | 

morning  : 
Than  |  watchers  |  for  the  |  morning. 

7  Let  Israel  |  hope  ■  in  the  |  Lord  ; 

For  with  the  j  Lord  |  there  is  |  mercy  : 

8  And  with  Him  is  |  plenteous  redemption  ; 

And  He  shall  redeem  j  Israel  from  |  all  ■  his  in|iqurties. 

Ps.  cxxx. 


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LORD,  rebuke  me  |  not  *  in  thine  |  anger, 
Neither  chasten  me  |  in  thy  |  hot  dis|  pleasure. 

2  Have  mercy  upon  me,  0  Lord  ;  for  |  I  am  |  weak  : 
O  Lord,  heal  me  ;  |  for  my  |  bones  are  |  vexed  : 

3  My  soul  is  also  |  sorely  |  vexed  : 

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4  Return,  0  Lord,  de| liver  my  |  soul : 
O  save  me  |  for  thy  j  mercies'  |  sake. 

5  For  in  death  there  is  no  re'menrbrance  of  |  Thee  : 
In  the  grave  |  who  shall  |  give  Thee  |  thanks  ? 

6  I  am  wearv  |  with  my  |  groaning  ; 

All  the  night  make  I  my  bed  to  swim  ;  I  |  water  my  |  couch 
with  my  |  tears. 

7  Mine  eye  is  consumed  be1  cause  of  |  grief  ; 

It  waxeth  old  because  of  |  all  mine  |  ene|mies. 

8  Depart  from  me,  all  ve  workers  of  in  iqui|ty  : 

For  the  Lord  hath  f  heard  the  |  voice  ■  of  my  |  weeping. 


9  The  Lord  hath  heard  my  |  suppli| cation  ; 
The  Lord  |  will  re|ceive  my  |  prayer. 

10  Let  all  mine  enemies  be  ashamed  and  \  sorely 
Let  them  return  and  be  |  sudden  |ly  aj  shamed. 


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iLESSED  is  the  man  whom  Thou  dost  |  chasten,  0  |  Lord  ; 
And  dost  |  teach  him  |  out  "  of  thy  \  law  : 

2  That  Thou  mayest  give  him  rest  from  the  I  days  of  |  evil, 
Until  the  [  pit  be  |  digged  ■  for  the  j  wicked. 

3  For  the  Lord  will  not  cast  !  off  his  !  people, 
Neither  will  He  for  sake  ■  his  in  heri  tance. 

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Who  will  stand  up  for  me  against  the  j  workers  "  of  in!iqui|ty  ? 

6  Unless  the  Lord  had  |  been  my  j  help, 
My  soul  had  |  almost  j  dwelt  in  j  silence. 

7  When  I  said,  my  [  foot  |  slippeth, 
Thy  mercy,  O  |  Lord,  |  held,  me  j  up. 

8  In  the  multitude  of  my  |  thoughts  with! in  me, 
Thy  comforts  |  do  de|light  my  ,  soul. 

9  Shall  the  throne  of  iniquity  be  |  joined  to  |  Thee, 
Which  f rameth  |  mischief  |  by  a  \  law  ? 

10  They  gather  themselves  together  against  the  |  soul  ■  of  the 

righteous, 
And  con|demn  the  |  inno'cent  |  blood. 

11  But  the  Lord  is  !  my  de|  fence  ; 

And  my  |  God  '  is  the  !  Rock  of  my  |  refuge  : 

12  And  He  shall  bring  upon  them  their  I  own  in|iquity, 

And  shall  cut  them  off  in  their  own  wickedness  :  The  Lord 
our  I  God  shall  I  cut  them  I  off.  Ps.  xciv.  12. 


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«J      tegrijty : 
I  have  trusted  also  in  the  |  Lord  ;  I  |  shall  not  j  slide. 

2  Examine  me,  0  |  Lord,  and  |  prove  me ; 
Try  my  |  reins  |  and  my  |  heart. 

3  For  thy  loving  kindness  is  be | fore  mine  |  eyes  : 
And  I  have  j  walked  |  in  thy  |  truth. 

4  I  have  not  |  sat  with  *  vain  |  persons, 
Neither  will  j  I  go  |  in  *  with  disjsemblers. 

5  I  have  hated  the  congregation  of  |  evil  j  doers  ; 
And  |  will  not  |  sit  *  with  the  |  wicked. 

6  I  will  wash  mine  |  hands  in  I  innocence  : 
So  will  I  |  compass  thine  |  altar,  O  |  Lord  : 

7  That  I  may  publish  with  the  voice  of  |  thanks  [giving, 
And  tell  of  |  all  thy  |  wondrous  |  works. 

8  O  Lord,  I  have  loved  the  habitation  of  thy  |  house, 
And  the  place  |  where  thine  |  honor  |  dwelleth. 

9  Gather  not  my  |  soul  with  |  sinners, 
Nor  my  |  life  with  |  men  of  |  blood  : 

10  In  whosf?  |  hands  is  |  mischief, 

And  their  right  |  hand  is  |  full  of  |  bribes. 

11  But  as  for  me,  I  will  walk  in  mine  inltegri|ty  : 
Redeem  me,  and  be  |  merciful  |  unto  |  me. 

12  My  foot  standeth  in  an  |  even  I  place  : 

In  the  congregations  |  will  I  |  bless  the  |  Lord.     Ps.  xxvi. 


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X  Unto  the  I  Lord,  |  and  He  I  heard  me  : 


2  Out  of  the  belly  of  |  hell  cried  |  I, 
And  |  Thou  didst  |  hear  my  |  voice. 


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3  For  Thou  hadst  cast  me  [  into  the 
In  the  |  midst  |  of  the  \  seas  : 

4  And  the  floods  |  compassed  me  a|bout : 
All  thy  billows  and  thy  |  waves  passed  |  over 

5  Then  I  said,  I  am  cast  |  out  '•  of  thy  |  sight ; 

Yet  I  will  look  again  toward  the  j  temple  |  of  thy  |  holiness. 

6  The  waters  compassed  me  a  j  bout  *  to  the  [  soul  •. 

The  depth  closed  me  around ;  the  weeds  were  |  wrapped 
a  |  bout  my  |  head. 

7  I  went  down  to  the  |  bottoms  *  of  the  j  mountains  : 
The  earth  with  her  j  bars  ■  was  a  |  bout  ■  me  for  |  ever  : 

8  Yet  hast  Thou  brought  |  up  my  |  life 
From  corruption,  O  |  Loud,  my  j  God. 


9  When  my  soul  did  |  faint  with  |  in  me, 
I  re|mem|bered  the  |  Lord  ; 

10  And  my  prayer  came  |  in  *  unto  |  Thee, 
Into  the  |  temple  j  of  thy  |  holiness. 

11  They  that  observe  lying  vanities  for1  sake 
But  I  will  sacrifice  unto  j  Thee  "  with  the 

12  I  will  pay  |  that  ■  I  have  |  vowed. 
Salivation  is  I  of  the  I  Lord. 


their  own  |  mercy ; 

voice  "of  thanks-! 

[giving  : 

Jonah  ii.  2. 


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XLIH. 


46  WHEREWITH  slia11  l  I  como  be  j  fore  the  |  Lord, 
VV    And  bow  myself  be|fore  the  |  High  |  God? 

2  Shall  I  come  be  |  fore  Him  |  with  burnt- 1  offerings, 
With  |  calves  *  of  a  |  year  |  old  ? 

3  Will  the  Lord  be  |  pleased  with  |  thousands  of  |  rams, 
With  ten  |  thousands  of  |  rivers  of  |  oil  ? 

4  Shall  I  give  my  |  first-born  |  for  *  my  trans  |gression, 
The  fruit  of  my  body  |  for  the  |  sins  "  of  my  |  soul  ? 

5  He  hath  showed  thee,  O  |  man,  |  what  is  |  good  ; 
And  what  doth  the  |  Lord  re  |  quire  of  |  thee, 

6  But  to  do  justly,  |  and  to  |  love  |  mercy, 

And  to  walk  |  humbly  |  with  thy  |  God.  Mic.  vi.  6. 


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XL  0  |  God  *  of  my  |  righteous  |ness. 


2  Thou  hast  enlarged  me  |  when  *  in  distress  ; 
Have  mercy  up|on  ■  me,  and  |  hear  my  |  prayer. 

3  0  ye  sons  of  men,  how  long  shall  my  |  glory  be  for  |  shame? 
How  long  will  ye  love  vanity,  and  |  seek  |  after  |  falsehood? 

4  But  know  that  the  Lord  hath  set  apart  him  that  is  godly  | 

for  Him  |  self  : 
The  Lord  will  |  hear  '  when  I  |  call  unto  |  Him. 

5  Stand  in  |  awe,  *  and  sin  |  not : 

Commune  with  your  own  heart  up  |  on  your  |  bed,  and  be  |  still. 


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6  Offer  the  sacrifices  of  |  righteousness, 
And  put  your  j  trust  |  in  the  j  Lord. 

7  There  be  many  that  say,  Who  will  j  show  us  |  good? 

0  Lord,  lift  up  the  light  of  thy  |  countenance  up  .on  us. 

8  Thou  hast  put  j  gladness  in  nay  |  heart, 

More  than  in  the  time  their  J  corn  "  and  their  |  wine  in  j  creased. 

9  I  will  both  lay  me  down  in  |  peace,  and  |  sleep  ; 

For  Thou  only,  0  Lord,  dost  |  make  me  j  dwell  in  j  safety. 

Ps.  iv. 


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AYE  mercy  upjon  me,  O  |  God, 
According  [  to  thy  |  loving  ]  kindness. 


2  According  to  the  multitude  I  of  thy  j  mercies, 
Blot  |  out  |  my  trans  gressions. 

3  Wash  me  thoroughly  from  mine  injiqui|ty, 
And  I  cleanse  me  |  from  my  |  sin. 

4  For  I  acknowledge  \  my  transgressions  ; 
And  my  ]  sin  is  |  ever  be  j  fore  me. 

5  Against  Thee,  Thee  only,  I  have  I  [  sinned, 
And  done  |  evil  |  in  thy  |  sight. 

6  That  Thou  mightest  be  justified  !  when  Thou  |  speakest, 
And  be  |  clear  |  when  Thou  |  judgest. 

7  Behold,  I  was  shapen  in  inliqui|ty  ; 

And  in  I  sin  did  my  j  mother  conlceive  me. 

8  Behold,  Thou  desirest  truth  in  the  I  inward  |  parts  ; 

And  in  the  hidden  part  Thou  shalt  I  make  '  me  to  |  know 
wisdom. 

9  Purge  me  with  hyssop,  and  I  I  ■  shall  be  I  clean  : 
Wash  me,  and  I  |  shall  be  j  whiter  than  [  snow. 

10  Make  me  to  hear  |  joy  and  !  gladness, 

That  the  bones  which  Thou  hast  |  broken  |  may  re|joice. 

11  Hide  thy  \  face  ■  from  my  |  sins, 

And  |  blot  out  |  all  ■  mine  injiquities.  Ps.  li. 


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XLVI. 


>LESSED  are  the  perfect  |  in  the  |  way, 
7  _D  Who  |  walk  *  in  the  j  law  ■  of  the  |  Lord. 

2  Blessed  are  they  that  keep  his  |  testimonies, 
That  |  seek  ■  Him  with  |  all  the  |  heart. 

3  They  also  do  no  in|iqui|ty  : 
They  |  walk  |  in  his  |  ways. 

4  Thou  |  hast  com|manded 

To  keep  thy  |  precepts  |  dilrgent|ly. 

5  O  |  that  my  |  ways 

Were  dijrected  to  |  keep  thy  |  statutes. 

6  Then  shall  I  |  not  *  be  a  (shamed, 

When  I  have  re|spect  unto  |  all  ■  thy  com|mandments. 

7  I  will  praise  Thee  with  upright  fness  of  |  heart, 

When  I  shall  have  learned  the  |  judgments  |  of  thy  |  justice. 

8  I  will  |  keep  thy  |  statutes  : 

O  do  not  for  |  sake  me  |  utter  |ly.  Ps.  cxix. 


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2  Open  |  Thou  mine  |  eyes, 

That  I  may  behold  wondrous  |  things  |  out  of  '  thy  |  law. 

3  I  am  a  stranger  |  in  the  |  earth  : 

Hide  not  |  thy  comlmandments  |  from  me. 

4  My  soul  breaketh  |  for  the  |  longing, 

That  it  hath  unto  thy  |  judgments  j  at  all  |  times. 

5  Thou  hast  rebuked  the  |  proud  '  that  are  |  cursed, 
Who  do  |  err  from  j  thy  comjmandments. 

6  Remove  from  me  rejproach  '  and  con  j  tempt ; 
For  I  have  |  kept  thy  |  testi|  monies. 

7  Princes  also  did  sit  and  |  speak  a  |  gainst  me  : 
Thy  servant  did  j  medi'tate  |  in  thy  j  statutes. 

8  Thy  testimonies  also  are  ]  my  de (light, 

And  |  my  |  counsellors.  Ps.  cxix.  17. 


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2  I  have  declared  my  ways,  and  |  Thou  hast  |  heard  me  : 
0  j  teach  Thou  j  me  thy  |  statutes. 

3  Make  me  to  understand  the  |  way  ■  of  thy  |  precepts  : 
So  shall  I  |  talk  ■  of  thy  [  wondrous  |  works. 

4  My  soul  doth  |  melt  for  |  grief  : 
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5  Remove  from  me  the  |  way  of  j  lying  ; 
And  grant  me  thy  ]  law  |  gracious  'ly. 

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Thy  judgments  |  have  I  I  laid  be] fore  me. 

7  I  cleave  unto  thy  |  testi1  monies  : 

O  Lord,  |  put  me  |  not  to  |  shame. 

8  I  will  run  the  way  of  ]  thy  com'mandments, 

When  I  Thou  ■  shalt  enjlarge  my  |  heart,  Ps.  cxix.  25. 


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6  I  have  rejoiced  in  the  way  of  thy  |  testi| monies, 
As  I  much  •  as  in  I  all  I  riches. 


7  I  will  meditate  |  in  thy  I  precepts, 
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8  I  will  delight  myself  |  in  thy  |  statutes 
I  will  |  not  for  |  get  thy  |  word. 


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6  Establish  thy  word  |  unto  thy  |  servant, 
Who  is  de|voted  |  to  thy  |  fear. 

7  Turn  away  my  relproach  *  which  I  |  fear  ; 
For  thy  |  judgments  |  are  |  good. 

8  Behold,  I  have  |  longed  ■  for  thy  |  precepts  : 

Quicken  me  |  in  thy  |  righteous  |ness.  Ps.  cxix.  33. 


40 


SELECTIONS  AND   CHANTS. 


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JL   I  have  said  that 


portion,  O  j  Lord  : 

I  would  |  keep  thy  [  words. 

2  I  entreated  thy  favor  with  |  all  the  |  heart  : 
Be  merciful  unto  me  ac|  cording  |  to  thy  |  word. 


3  I  |  thought  up 'on  my  |  ways, 
And  turned  my  |  feet  *  to  thy 


testi  I  monies. 


4  I  made  haste,  and  dejlayed  |  not, 
To  |  keep  |  thy  com|mandments. 

5  The  bands  of  the  |  wicked  have  |  robbed  me  : 
I  have  |  not  for  |  gotten  thy  |  law. 

6  At  midnight  I  will  rise  to  give  [  thanks  unto 
Because  of  the  |  judgments  |  of  thy  |  justice. 


Thee, 


7  I  am  a  companion  of  all  [  them  that  |  fear  Thee, 
And  of  |  them  that  |  keep  thy  |  precepts. 

8  The  earth,  O  Lord,  is  |  full  '  of  thy  |  mercy : 

0  |  teach  Thou  |  me  thy  |.  statutes.  Ps.  cxix.  57. 


PENITENTIAL. 


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KK  rPHY  hands  have  made  me  and  [  fashioned  |  me  : 

J_  Make  me  to  understand,  that  |  I  may  |  learn  *  thy  com-| 
mandments. 

2  They  that  fear  Thee  will  be  |  glad  ■  when  they  |  see  me, 
Because  I  have  |  hoped  |  in  thy  |  word. 

3  I  know,  0  Lord,  that  thy  |  judgements  are  |  justice  ; 
And  that  Thou  in  faithfulness  |  hast  af  |flicted  |  me. 

4  Let,  I  pray  Thee,  thy  merciful  kindness  |  be  ■  for  my  |  com- 

fort, 
According  to  thy  |  word  |  to  thy  |  servant. 

5  Let  thy  tender  mercies  come  unto  me,  that  [  I  may  |  live  ; 
For  thy  |  law  is  |  my  de|  light. 

6  Let  the  proud  be  ashamed ;  for  they  dealt  perversely  with 

me  with  I  out  a  |  cause  : 
I  will  I  medrtate  |  in  thy  |  precepts. 

7  Let  those  that  fear  Thee  |  turn  unto  |  me  ; 
And  those  that  |  know  thy  |  testi|  monies. 

8  Let  my  heart  be  ]  sound  *  in  thy  |  statutes, 

That  I  I  may  not  |  be  a  |  shamed.  Ps.  cxix.  73. 


42 


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\J     It  is  my  medi Station  I  a] 


my  mecii|tation  |  all  the  |  day. 

2  Thou  hast  made  me  wiser  |  than  mine  |  enemies, 
Through  thy  commandments,  for  |  they  are  |  ever  |  with  me. 

3  I  have  more  understanding  than  |  all  my  |  teachers  ; 
For  thy  testimonies  |  are  my  |  medijtation. 

4  I  understand  |  more  *  than  the  |  ancients, 
Be  [cause  I  |  keep  thy  [  precepts. 

5  I  have  refrained  my  feet  from  |  every  evil  |  way, 
That  I  I  might  |  keep  thy  |  word. 

6  I  have  not  departed  |  from  thy  |  judgments  ; 
For  |  Thou  hast  ]  taught  |  me. 

7  How  sweet  are  thy  |  words  to  my  |  taste  : 
Sweeter  than    honey  |  unto  my  |  mouth. 

.8  Through  thy  precepts  I  get  I  understanding  ; 
Therefore  I  hate  |  every  |  path  of  |  falsehood. 

Ps.  cxix.  97. 


PENITENTIAL. 


43 


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ZJl  rPHY  word  is  a  |  lamp  ■  to  my  |  feet, 
X  And  a  |  light  un|to  my  |  path. 

2  I  have  sworn,  and  I  [  will  per  [form, 

That  I  will  keep  the  |  judgments  |  of  thy  |  justice. 

3  I  am  afflicted  |  very  |  much  : 

Quicken  me,  0  Lord,  ac|  cording  |  to  thy  |  word. 

4  Accept,  I  beseech  Thee,  the  free-will  offerings  of  my  |  mouth, 

O  I  Lord  ; 
And  I  teach  Thou  |  me  thy  |  judgments. 

5  My  soul  is  continually  |  in  my  |  hand  : 
Yet  do  I  I  not  for  I  get  thy  [  law. 

6  The  wicked  have  laid  a  |  snare  for  |  me  : 

Yet  I  have  not  |  wandered  |  from  thy  |  precepts. 

7  Thy  testimonies  have  I  taken  as  an  |  heri'tage  for  |  ever  ; 
For  they  are  the  re|  joicing  |  of  my  |  heart. 

8  I  have  in|clined  my  |  heart, 

To  perform  thy  statutes  |  always,  |  to  the  |  end. 

Ps.  cxix.  105. 


44 


SELECTIONS  AND   CHANTS. 


LV. 


£)g  T  HAVE  done  |  judgment  and  |  justice  : 
X     Leave  me  |  not  to  |  mine  op  |  pressors. 

2  Be  surety  for  thy  |  servant  for  |  good  : 
Let  |  not  the  |  proud  op  |  press  me. 

3  Mine  eyes  fail  for  |  thy  sal|vation, 

And  for  the  |  word  ■  of  thy  |  righteous |ness. 

4  Deal  with  thy  servant  ac| cording  '  to  thy  |  mercy, 
And  |  teach  Thou  |  me  thy  |  statutes. 

5  I  am  thy  servant ;  give  me  |  under  (standing, 
That  I  may  |  know  thy  |  testi|  monies. 

6  It  is  time  for  Thee,  0  |  Lord,  to  [  work  ; 
For  they  |  have  made  |  void  thy  |  law. 

7  Therefore  I  love  thy  commandments  |  more  than  |  gold, 
And  |  more  than  j  fine  |  gold. 

8  Therefore  all  thy  precepts  concerning  all  things  do  1 1  es'teem 

I  right ; 
And  every  |  false  way  |  do  I  |  hate.  Ps.  cxix.  121. 


PENITENTIAL. 


45 


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JL  Therefore    doth  rnv    soul    keep  them. 

2  The  entrance  of  thy    words  giveth  |  light  ; 
It  giveth  under  standing  j  to  the    simple. 

3  I  opened  my  j  mouth,  and  |  panted  ; 
For  I  j  longed  for    thy  com  mandments. 

4  Look  Thou  upon  me,  and  he  merciful  i  unto  |  me  ; 

As  Thou  usest  to  do  unto  {  those  that  j  love  thy  j  name. 

5  Order  my  |  steps  '  in  thy  !  word  : 

And  let  not  any  iniquity  have  do  minion  |  over  |  me. 

6  Deliver  me  from  the  op  pression  of  j  man  ; 
So  ]  will  I  I  keep  thy    precepts. 

7  Make  thy  face  to  shine  up  on  thy  :  servant  ; 
And    teach  Thou  |  me  thy    statutes. 


8  Eivers  of  waters  run  !  down  mine  !  eyes, 
Because  they  |  do  not  j  keep  thy  j  law. 


Ps.  cxix.  129. 


46 


SELECTIONS  AND   CHANTS. 


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_L    I  will  |  keep  thy  |  statutes. 

2  I  cried  unto  |  Thee  :  O  |  save  me  ; 
And  I  shall  keep  thy  j  testij  monies. 

3  I  prevented  the  |  dawn,  and  j  cried  : 
I  |  hoped  in  |  thy  word. 

4  Mine  eyes  pre  |  vent  the  ■  night  |  watches, 
That  I  might  |  medi'tate  in  |  thy  word. 

5  Hear  my  voice  according  unto  thy  |  loving- (kindness  : 
O  Lord,  quicken  me  ac| cording  to  thy  |  judgment. 

6  They  draw  near  that  |  follow  j  mischief  : 
They  are  |  far  from  |  thy  law. 

7  Thou  art  |  near,  0  |  Lord  ; 

And  all  thy  com|mandments  j  are  truth. 

8  Concerning  thy  testimonies,  I  have  |  known  of  |  old, 
That  Thou  hast  |  founded  them  for  lever.       Ps.  cxix.  145. 


PENITENTIAL. 


47 


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^1  T)EIXCES  hare  persecuted  me  with  out  a  |  cause  ; 
X    But  niy  heart  doth    tremble    at  thy    word. 

2  I  re  joice  at  thy  |  word, 

As  one  that    findeth  |  great    spoil. 

3  Falsehood  do  I    hate  '  and  ab  hor  ; 
But  thy    law    do  I    love. 

4  Seven  times  a  |  day  •  do  I  !  praise  Thee, 
Because  of  the    judgments  i  of  thy  |  justice. 

5  Great  peace  have  they  who    love  thy    law  ; 
And  no    stumbling    block  have    they. 

6  0  Lord,  I  have  hoped  for    thy  sal  vation  ; 
And  thy  com'mandinents  \  have  I    done. 

7  My  soul  hath  kept  thy  '  testi  monies  ; 
And  I  do  j  love  '  them  exceeding  ly. 

8  I  have  kept  thy  precepts  and  thy    testi  monies  ; 

For  all  my  j  ways  |  are  before  Thee.  Ps.  csix.  161, 


48 


SELECTIONS   AND   CHANTS. 


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{2^  T  ET  thy  mercies  come  also  unto  |  me,  O  |  Lord  ; 
JJ  Thy  salvation,  according  |  to  thy  |  word. 

2  So  shall  I  have  wherewith  to  answer  him  that  re|proacheth  | 

me  ; 
For  I  |  trust  |  in  thy  |  word. 

3  And  take  not  the  word  of  truth  utterly  |  out  '  of  my  |  mouth  ; 
For  I  have  |  hoped  |  in  thy  |  judgments. 

4  So  shall  I  keep  thy  law  con|tin*ual|ly, 
For  |  ever  |  and  |  ever. 

5  And  I  will  walk  at  |  liber  |ty  ; 
For  |  I  do  |  seek  thy  |  precepts. 

6  I  will  speak  of  thy  testimonies  also  be|fore  J  kings, 
And  |  will  not  |  be  a|  shamed. 

7  And  I  will  de|light  my|self 

In  thy  com|mand*ments  which  |  I  have  |  loved. 

8  My  hands  also  will  I  lift  up  unto  thy  commandments,  which 

|  I  have  |  loved  ; 
.    And  I  will  |  medi'tate  |  in  thy  |  statutes.  Ps.  cxix.  41. 


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XL  And  |  upright  |  are  thy  |  judgments. 

2  Thy  testimonies,  that  |  Thou  '  hast  com|manded, 
Are  |  righteous  and  |  very  |  faithful. 

3  My  zeal  hath  consumed  |  me, 

Because  mine  enemies  |  have  for |  gotten  thy  |  words. 


PEKTTENTTA.L. 


49 


4  Thy  word  is  |  very  |  pure  ; 
Therefore  thy  |  servant  |  loveth  |  it. 

5  I  am  [  small  ■  and  des|pised  : 

I  do  J  not  for  |  get  thy  |  precepts. 

6  Thy  righteousness  is  an  everlasting  |  righteous! ness  ; 
And  thy  j  law  |  is  the  |  truth. 

7  Trouble  and  anguish  have  taken  |  hold  on  |  me  : 
Yet  thy  com|mandments  are  j  my  de|  lights. 

8  The  righteousness  of  thy  testimonies  is  |  everlasting  : 
Make  me  to  under  [stand,  and  1 1  shall  |  live.     Ps.  cxix.  137. 


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gzj.  p  RE  ATE  in  me  a  clean  |  heart,  0  |  God  ; 
\J  And  renew  a  |  right  |  spirit  with  |  in  me. 

2  Cast  me  not  a|way  *  from  thy  |  presence  ; 
And  take  not  thy  |  Holy  |  Spirit  |  from  me. 

3  Restore  unto  me  the  joy  of  |  thy  sal  |  vation  ; 
And  up  |  hold  ■  me  with  |  thy  free  |  Spirit. 

4  I  will  teach  trans  |gressors  thy  |  way  ; 

And  sinners  shall  be  con  |  verted  |  unto  [  Thee. 

5  Deliver  me  from  blood,  O  God,  Thou  God  of  |  my  sal |  vation  : 
My  tongue  shall  sing  a  |  loud  '  of  thy  j  righteous  |  ness. 

6  O  Lord,  open  |  Thou  my  |  lips  ; 

And  my  mouth  shall  |  show  |  forth  thy  \  praise. 

7  For  Thou  desirest  not  sacrifice,  |  else  ;  Avould  I  |  give  : 
Thou  delightest  J  not  *  in  burnt- j  offer  |ing. 

8  The  sacrifices  of  God  are  a  |  broken  |  spirit ; 

A  broken  and  contrite  heart,  O  God,  |  Thou  wilt  |  not  des-| 

9  Do  good  in  thy  good  pleasure  |  unto  |  Zion  :  Lpise. 
Build  Thou  the  |  walls  *  of  Jelrusa|lem. 

10  Then  shalt  |  Thou  be  |  pleased 

With  the  sacrifices  of  |  righteous  |  ness. 

11  With  burnt-offering  and  |  whole  burnt- 1  offering  : 
Then  shall  they  offer  |  bullocks  up|on  thine  |  altar. 

Ps.  li.  10. 


50 


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and  be  j  hold, 

holrness  j  and  thy 

2  Where  is  thy  j  zeal  ■  and  thy  j  strength, 
The  sounding  of  thy  bowels  and  of  thy  mercies 

me  ?  I  are  ■  they  re  |  strained  ? 

3  Doubtless,  |  Thou  '  art  our  j  Father, 

Though  Abraham  be  ignorant  of  us,  and  |  Israel  ac|  knowl- 
edge us  j  not. 

4  Thou,  O  Lord,  |  art  our  |  Father, 

Our  Redeemer  ;  thy  |  name  *  is  from  |  ever] lasting. 

5  O  Lord,  why  hast  Thou  made  us  to  j  err  •  from  thy  |  ways, 
And  hardened  our  \  heart  j  from  thy  |  fear  ? 

6  Return  for  thy  |  servants'  |  sake, 
The  tribes  of  |  thine  in|herijtance. 

7  The  people  of  thy  holiness  have  possessed  it  but  a 
Our  adversaries  have  trodden  |  down  thy  |  sanctujary. 

8  We  are  thine  :  Thou  never  barest  |  rule  over  |  them  ; 
They  |  were  not  j  called  by  thy  |  name.  Is.  lxiii.  15. 


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RUST  in  the  Lord,  [  and  do  |  good  ; 
So  shalt  thou  dwell  in  the  land,  and 

Delight  thyself  also  [  in  the  |  Lord  ; 

And  He  shall  give  thee  the  de|  sires  j  of  thine  |  heart. 

Commit  thy  way  [  unto  the  |  Lord  ; 

Trust  also  in  Him  ;  and  |  He  shall  |  bring  *  it  to  |  pass. 

And  He  shall  bring  forth  thy  righteousness  ]  as  the  [  light, 
And  thy  |  judgment  |  as  the  |  noonday. 


PEXITEXTIAL. 


51 


5  Rest  |  in  the  j  Lord, 

And  wait  j  patient  ly  for  j  Him.  Tway, 

6  Fret  not  thyself  because  of  him  who  prospereth  \  in  his  j 
Because  of  the  man  who  bringeth  j  wicked  "  de|  vices  to  \  pass. 

7  Cease  from  anger,  and  for  sake  j  wrath  : 
Fret  not  thyself  in  j  any  |  wise  *  to  do  |  evil. 

8  For  evildoers  shall  j  be  cut  |  off  :  [earth. 
But  those  that  wait  on  the  Lord,  |  they  ■  shall  in  |  herit  the  j 

9  For  yet  a  little  while,  and  the  wicked  j  shall  not  |  be  : 

Yea,  thou  shalt  diligently  consider  his  j  place,  and  it  [  shall 
not  j  be. 
10  But  the  meek  shall  in  herit  the  j  earth  ; 

And  shall  delight  themselves  j  in  ■  the  a  j  bun  "dance  of  |  peace. 

Ps.  xxxvii.  3. 


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CiH  rpHE  steps  of  a  good  man  are  |  ordered  by  the  |  Lord, 
J_  And  He  de]lighteth  j  in  his  j  way. 


wholly  cast  |  down 
with  his  I  hand. 


2  Though  he  fall,  he  shall  not  be  | 
For  the  Lord  doth  up  j  hold  him 

3  I  have  been  young,  and  j  now  am  j  old  ; 

Yet  have  I  not  seen  the  righteous  for|saken,  nor  his 
begging  ]  bread. 

4  He  is  gracious  all  the  j  day,  and  ]  lendeth  ; 
And  his  j  seed  is  J  bless  ed. 

5  Depart  from  evil,  !  and  do  |  good ; 
And  |  dwell  for  j  ever! more. 

6  For  the  Lord  |  loveth  j  judgment, 
And  f  or  saketh  !  not  his  I  saints. 


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8  The  righteous  shall  in  herit  the 
And  |  dwell  there;  in  for  lever. 

9  The  mouth  of  the  righteous  |  speaketh  |  wisdom, 
And  his  ]  tongue  doth  |  talk  of  |  judgment. 

10  The  law  of  his  God  is  j  in  his  |  heart ; 

None  of  his  j  steps  |  shall  |  slide.  Ps.  xxxvii. 


23. 


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LXV. 


gg  mHE  law  of  the  |  Lord  is  |  perfect, 
JL   Con  j  verting  the  |  soul : 

2  The  testimony  of  the  |  Lord  is  |  sure, 
Making  j  wise  the  |  simple. 

3  The  precepts  of  the  |  Lord  are  |  right, 
Re|joicing  the  j  heart  : 

4  The  commandment  of  the  |  Lord  is  j  pure, 
En |  lightening  the  |  eyes. 

5  The  fear  of  the  |  Lord  is  {  clean, 
En|during  for|ever : 

6  The  judgments  of  the  |  Lord  are  |  truth  ; 
They  are  righteous  |  altojgether. 

7  More  to  be  desired  |  are  they  '  than  |  gold  ; 
Yea,  than  |  much  fine  |  gold  ; 

8  Sweeter  |  also  than  |  honey, 
And  the  |  honey- 1  comb. 


Ps.  xix.  7. 


flCk  mHE  LORD  I  is  my  |  Shepherd ; 
"^  X  I  I  shall  I  not  I  want. 


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2  He  maketh  me  to  lie  j  down  in  *  green  |  pastures  ; 
He  leadetli  me  be  j  side  the  j  still  |  waters. 

3  He  rejstoreth  my  |  soul ; 

He  leadetli  me  in  the  paths  of  righteousness  j  for  his  j  name's 
|  sake. 

4  Yea,  though  I  walk  through  the  valley  of  the  j  shadow  of  j 
I  will  |  fear  |  no  |  evil :  [death, 

5  For  j  Thou  art  |  with  me  ; 

Thy  rod  and  thy  |  staff  they  |  comfort  |  me. 

6  Thou  preparest  a  |  table  be  |  fore  me 
In  the  |  presence  |  of  mine  |  enemies  : 

7  Thou  anointest  my  j  head  with  |  oil ; 
My  |  cup  |  runneth  |  over. 

8  Surely  goodness  and  mercy  shall  |  follow  |  me 
All  the  |  days  |  of  my  |  life  ; 

9  And  I  I  shall  I  dwell 


In  the  house  of  the  I  Lord  I  for  lever. 


a  s.  xxm. 


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_D  And  all  that  is  within  me,  |  bless  his  j  holy 

2  Bless  the  Lord,  |  0  my  |  soul ; 
And  for  |  get  not  |  all  his  |  benefits. 

3  Who  forgiveth  |  all  thine  iniquities  ; 
Who  I  healeth  [  all  *  thy  disj  eases  ; 

4  Who  redeemeth  thy  I  life  '  from  destruction  ; 
Who  crowneth  thee  with  j  kindness  |  and  with 

5  Who  satisfieth  thy  |  mouth  with  j  good  : 
Thy  youth  is  rejnewed  |  like  the  |  eagle's. 

6  The  Lord  doeth  |  righteous  |ness, 

And  judgment  for  j  all  that  |  are  op | pressed. 

7  He  made  known  his  j  ways  unto  |  Moses, 
His  deeds  unto  the  I  children  of  I  Isralel. 


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2  My  help  is    from  the  |  Lord, 

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3  He  will  not  suffer  thy  |  foot  •  to  he  I  moved  : 
He  that  doth  J  keep  thee  |  will  not  j  slumher. 

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He  shall  j  keep  |  thy  \  soul. 

8  The  Lord  shall  keep  thy  going  out  and  thy  |  coming  |  in, 
From  this  time  forth,  and  j  even  for  |  ever  j  more. 

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2  He  will  not  |  always  |  chide  ; 

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3  He  hath  not  dealt  with  us  j  after  our  |  sins  ; 
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4  For  as  the  heaven  is  high  ajbove  the  |  earth, 

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7  For  He  j  knoweth  our  j  frame  ; 

He  re|membereth  that  j  we  are  |  dust. 

8  As  for  man,  his  |  days  *  are  as  |  grass  : 

As  a  flower  of  the  j  field,  so  he  j  flourish; eth. 

9  For  the  wind  passeth  over  it,  and  |  it  is  |  not ; 
And  the  place  there  of  shall  |  know  •  it  no  j  more. 

10  But  the  mercy  of  the  Lord  is  from  everlasting  to  everlasting 

upon  I  them  that  j  fear  Him, 
And  his  righteousness  I  unto  j  children's  |  children  : 

11  To  such  as    keep  his  j  covenant, 

And  to  those  that  rejmember  his  com|mand"ments  to  |  do 
them.  Ps.  ciii.  8. 


LXX. 


Y3  npHE  LORD  hath  prepared  his  [  throne  '  in  the  |  heavens  ; 
X  And  his  kingdom  I  ruleth  I  over  I  all. 


2  Bless  the  Lord,  I  ye  his  \  angels, 
That  ex  J  eel  j  in  j  strength  : 

3  That  i  do  his  j  word, 

Hearkening  to  the  J  voice  |  of  his  |  word. 

4  Bless  ye  the  Lord,  I  all  his  I  hosts  ; 

Ye  ministers  of  \  his  that  |  do  his  |  pleasure. 

5  Bless  the  Lord,  all  his  works,  in  all  places  of  ]  his  do|- 

minion  : 
Bless  the  |  Lord,  j  0  my  |  soul.  Ps.  ciii.  19. 


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Keeping  watch  |  over  their  |  flock  by  |  night. 

2  And,  lo,  the  angel  of  the  |  Lord  came  up  on  them, 
And  the  glory  of  the  j  Lord  shone  j  round  a  bout  them. 

3  And  they  were  |  sore  alfraid  : 

And  the  angel  ]  said  unto  |  them,  Fear  ]  not : 

4  For,  behold,  I  bring  you  good  I  tidings  *  of  great  |  joy, 
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A  Saviour,  |  Who  is  |  Christ  the  |  Lord. 

6  And  this  shall  be  a  |  sign  unto  |  you  : 

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8  Glory  to  |  God  ■  in  the  |  highest : 

And  on  earth  |  peace  ;  among  |  men  good  |  will. 

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8  He  hath  holpen  his  servant  j  Israjel, 
In  rejmembrance  j  of  his  j  mercy  : 

9  As  He  |  spake  to  our  I  fathers, 

To  Abraham,  and  j  to  his  |  seed  for  j  ever. 

Luke  i.  4G. 


58  SELECTIONS  AND   CHANTS. 

LXX1LL. 


Yg  "DLESSED  be  the  Lord  God  of  j  Isra|el ; 

X)  For  He  hatli  visited  |  and  re  [deemed  his  |  people  ; 

2  And  hath  raised  up  an  horn  of  sal  vation  |  for  us, 
In  the  |  house  '  of  his  |  servant  |  David. 

3  As  He  spake  by  the  mouth  of  his  |  holy  |  prophets, 
Who  have  |  been  since  the  |  world  be|gan  : 

4  That  we  should  be  saved  from  our  |  enejmies, 
And  from  the  |  hand  of  |  all  that  |  hate  us. 

5  To  perform  the  mercy  \  promised  to  our  ]  fathers, 
And  to  remember  his  [  holy  |  covejnant ; 

6  The  oath  which  He  sware  to  our  father  |  Abra|ham, 
That  He  would  |  grant  |  unto  |  us  ; 

7  That  we,  being  delivered  from  the  hand  of  our  |  ene|mies, 
Might  |  serve  Him  |  without  |  fear, 

8  In  holiness  and  |  righteous |ness, 

Be  |  fore  Him,  |  all  our  |  days.  Luke  i.  G8. 


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2  For  mine  eyes  have  seen  |  thy  sal|vation, 

Which  Thou  hast  prepared  before  the  |  face  of  |  all  |  people  ; 

3  A  light  to  |  lighten  the  |  Gentiles, 

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±1  Who  was,  and  Who  j  is,  and  Who  |  is  to  j  come 

2  Thou  art  |  worthy,  0  |  Lord, 

To  receive  |  glory,  and  [  honor,  and  |  power  : 

3  For  Thou  hast  crejated  all  |  things  ; 

And  for  thy  pleasure  they  |  are,  and.  |  were  crejated. 

Rev.  iv. 

4  Great  and  marvellous  are  thy  works,  Lord  |  God  Al| mighty  ; 
Just  and  true  are  thy  |  ways,  Thou  |  King  of  |  saints. 

5  Who  shall  not  |  fear  Thee,  0  |  Lord, 

And  glorify  thy  name  ?  for  |  Thou  a  |  lone  art  |  holy. 

6  For  all  nations  shall  come  and  |  worship  be  j  fore  Thee  ; 
For  thy  judgments  |  are  made  |  mani|fest.  Rev.  xv. 

ijQ  rpHE  kingdoms  of  this  world  are  become  our  |  Lord's  ■  and 
J_     his  |  Christ's  ; 
And  He  shall  [  reign  for  |  ever  and  |  ever.  .  .  . 

2  We  give  Thee  thanks,  0  Lord  |  God  Allmighty. 
Who  art,  and  Who  |  wast,  and  Who  |  art  to  |  come  ; 

3  Because  Thou  hast  |  taken  to  |  Thee 

Thy  great  |  power,  |  and  hast  |  reigned.  Rev.  xi. 

4  Salvation  |  to  our  |  God, 

Who  sitteth  upon  the  |  throne,  and  |  to  the  |  Lamb 

5  Amen  :.  Blessing,  and  |  glory,  and  |  wisdom, 

And  thanksgiving,  and.  |  honor,  and  |  power,  and  |  might, 

6  Be  |  unto  our  |  God, 

For  |  ever  and  |  ever  :  Ajmen.  Rev.  vii. 


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LXXVI. 


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For  the  Lord  |  God  om|nipo*tent  |  reignetli. 

2  Let  us  be  I  glad,  and  rejoice, 
And  give  the  j  glory  |  unto  |  Him  : 

3  For  the  marriage  of  the  |  Lamb  is  |  come  ; 
And  his  |  Wife  hath  ]  made  *  herself  |  ready. 

4  And  to  her  was  granted  that  she  should  j  be  arj  rayed 
In  fine  |  linen  |  bright  and  j  clean  : 

5  For  the  j  fine  j  linen 

Is  the  |  righteousj  ness  of  j  saints. 

6  Blessed  are  |  they  ■  that  are  j  called 
Unto  the  marriage  |  supper  |  of  the 


Lamb.     Rev.  xix.  6. 


Dox.  Amen  :  Blessing,  and  |  glory,  and  j  wisdom, 

And  thanksgiving,  and  |  honor,  and  |  power,  and  j  might, 

Be  |  unto  our  |  God, 

For  |  ever  and  |  ever  :  A  [men.  Rev.  vii.  12. 


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That  trust  in  Thee  be] fore  the  |  sons  of  |  men. 

3  Thou  shalt  hide  them  in  the  secret  of  thy  presence,  from 

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4  Blessed  |  be  tlie  |  Lord  ; 

For  He  hath  showed  me  his  marvellous  |  kindness  |  in  a 
strong  |  city. 

5  For  I  |  said  ■  in  my  |  haste, 

I  am  cut  j  off  *  from  be  |  fore  thine  |  eyes. 

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7  Oh  |  love  the  |  Lord, 
All  |  ye  his  |  godly  |  ones. 

8  The  Lord  prejserveth  the  |  faithful, 

And  plentifully  rejwardeth  the  |  proud  |  doer. 

9  Be  of  good  courage,  and  He  shall  |  strengthen  your  |  heart, 
All  |  ye  that  |  hope  ■  in  the  |  Lord.  Ps.  xxxi.  19. 


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X  And  raiseth  up  |  all  the  |  bowed  J  down. 

2  The  eyes  of  all  |  wait  on  |  Thee  ; 

And  Thou  givest  them  their  |  meat  |  in  its  |  season. 

3  Thou  dost  |  open  thine  |  hand, 

And  satisfy  the  desire  of  |  every  |  living  |  thing. 

4  The  Lord  is  righteous  in  |  all  his  |  ways, 
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5  The  Lord  is  nigh  unto  all  that  |  call  up|on  Him, 
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7  The  Lord  preserveth  |  all  that  |  love  Him  ; 
But  all  the  |  wicked  will  |  He  dejstroy. 

8  My  mouth  shall  speak  the  |  praise  '  of  the  j  Lord  : 

And  let  all  flesh  bless  his  holy  |  name  for  |  ever  and  |  ever. 

Ps.  cxlv.  14. 


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83  T  WILL  exto1  Thee'  m?  I  Gor>>  °  I  Kin&  ' 

_L     And  I  will  bless  thy  j  name  for  j  ever  and  |  ever. 

2  Every  j  day  ■  will  I  |  bless  Tliee  ; 

And  I  will  praise  thy  j  name  for  |  ever  and  |  ever. 

3  Great  is  the  Lord,  and  |  greatly  to  be  j  praised  ; 
And  unlsearcha'ble  j  is  his  |  greatness. 

4  Generation  to  generation  shall    praise  thy  j  works, 
And  shall  de  clare  thy  |  mighty  |  acts. 

5  I  will  speak  of  the  glorious  honor  of  thy  j  inajes|ty, 
And  |  of  thy  •  wondrous  j  works. 

6  And  men  shall  speak  of  the  might  of  thy  |  terrible  |  acts  : 
And  ]  I  *  will  de  clare  thy  \  greatness. 

7  The  memory  of  thy  great  goodness  shall  |  they  pro  j  claim  ; 
And  shall  sing  a  loud.  ■  of  thy  j  righteous  ness. 

Ps.  cxlv. 


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84  TH0IJ  hast  been  favorable,  O  Lord,  '  to  thy  |  land  ; 
JL   Thou  hast  brought  back  the  cap|tivi:ty  of  |  Jacob. 

2  Thou  hast  forgiven  the  iniquity  |  of  thy  |  people  ; 
Thou  hast  |  covered  j  all  their  |  sin. 

3  Thou  hast  taken  away  |  all  thy  |  wrath  ; 

Thou  hast  turned  away  from  the  j  burning  |  of  thine  |  anger. 

4  Restore  us,  0  God  of  |  our  salvation, 
And  turn  a  way  thine  j  anger  |  from  us. 


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5  Wilt  Thou  be  angry  with  j  us  for  ever? 

Wilt  Thou  prolong  thine  anger  to  |  all  J  generations? 

6  Wilt  Thou  not  rei'vive  '  us  aigain. 
That  thy  people  ;  may  re  joice  in  ]  Thee? 

7  Make  us  to  see  thy  mercy,  !  0  j  Lord, 

And  j  grant  us  |  thy  saljyation.  Ps.  lxxxy. 


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S5  IVI""^  heart  rejoiceth  ]  in  the  |  Lord  ; 

_LlL  Mine  horn  is  ex  alted  ]  in  the  |  Lord  : 

2  My  mouth  is  enlarged  oyer  mine  ]  ene  Jmies  ; 
Because  I  re  j  joice  in  |  thy  saljyation. 

3  None  is  holy  as  the  Lord  ;  for  there  is  j  none  hut  i  Thee  ; 
Neither  is  there  any  j  rock  like  |  unto  our  j  God. 

4  Talk  no  more  so  ex  ceeding  j  proudly  ; 

Let  not  arrogancy  ;  come  out  j  of  your  j  mouth  : 

5  For  the  Lord  is  a  |  God  of  |  knowledge, 

And  by  j  Him  are  j  actions  i  weighed. 

6  The  bows  of  the  mighty    men  are  ]  broken, 

And  they  that  stumbled  j  are  be  girt  with  j  strength. 

7  The  full  haye  hired  out  them  selyes  for  |  bread  ; 
And  the  |  hungry  |  they  haye    ceased  : 

8  So  that  the  barren    hath  borne    seyen  ; 

And  she  that  hath  many  |  children  is  |  waxed  !  feeble. 

1  Sam.  ii. 


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86  T  WILL  hear  wnat  God  the  I  Lord  will  |  speak  : 
X  For  He  will  speak  |  peace  un|to  his  |  people, 

2  And  |  to  his  |  saints  : 

But  let  them  not  j  turn  a  |  gain  to  |  folly. 

3  Surely  his  salvation  is  near  |  them  that  |  fear  Him  ; 
That  |  glory  may  |  dwell  in  our  |  land. 

4  Mercy  and  truth  are  ]  met  tolgether  ; 
Righteousness  and  j  peace  have  j  kissed  each  |  other. 

5  Truth  shall    spring    out  ■  of  the  |  earth  ; 

And  righteousness  shall  |  look  j  down  *  from  the  ]  heavens. 

6  Yea,  the  Lord  shall  |  give  |  good  : 

And  our  |  land  shall  |  yield  her  |  increase. 

7  Righteousness  shall  |  go  he! fore  Him, 

And  shall  set  us  in  the  |  way  |  of  his  |  steps.     Ps.  Ixxxv.  8. 


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Q*7    A  LTHOUGH  the  fig-tree  shall  not  |  blossom, 
JjL  And  there  shall  be  no  |  fruit  |  in  the  |  vines  ; 

2  The  produce  of  the  olive  shall  [  fail, 
And  the  |  fields  shall  |  yield  no  |  food ; 

3  The  flock  shall  be  cut  off  from  the  |  fold, 
And  there  shall  be  no  |  herd  |  in  the  |  stalls  ; 


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4  Yet  will  I  rejoice  in  the  |  Lord, 

I  will  joy  in  the  |  God  of  [  my  sal|vation. 

5  The  Lord  Jehovih  is  my  |  strength, 
And  He  will  |  make  my  |  feet  like  |  hinds' ; 

6  And  He  will  make  me  to  |  walk 
Up  |  on  mine  |  high  |  places. 


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QQ  rpHE   LORD    is  the  portion  of  mine  inheritance  and  |  of 
_L     my  j  cup  : 
Thou  |  dost  main  | tain  my  |  lot. 

2  The  lines  are  fallen  to  me  in  |  pleasant  |  places  ; 
Yea,  I  have  a  |  goodly  |  heritage. 

3  I  will  bless  the  Lord,  Who  hath  |  given  me  |  counsel : 
My  reins  also  in  [struct  me  |  in  the  |  nights. 

4  I  have  set  the  Lord  |  always  be  |  fore  me  : 

Because  He  is  at  my  right  |  hand,  I  shall  |  not  be  |  moved. 

5  Therefore  my  heart  is  glad,  and  my  |  glory  re|joiceth  : 
My  flesh  shall  |  also  |  rest  in  |  hope. 

6  For  Thou  wilt  not  leave  my  |  soul  in  |  hell : 

Neither  wilt  Thou  suffer  thine  |  Holy  One  to  |  see  corruption. 

7  Thou  Avilt  show  me  the  |  path  of  |  life  : 
In  thy  |  presence  is  |  fulness  of  |  joy  ; 

8  At  |  thy  right  |  hand 

Are  |  pleasures  for  j  ever  |  more.  Ps.  xvi.  5. 


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The  Most  High  hast  thou  |  made  thy  |  habi|tation  ; 

2  There  shall  uo  |  evil  be  |  fall  thee, 

Neither  shall  any  |  plague  come  |  nigh  thy  |  dwelling. 

3  For  He  shall  give  his  angels  |  charge  over  |  thee, 
To  |  keep  *  thee  in  |  all  thy  j  ways. 

4  They  shall  bear  thee  |  up  •  in  their  |  hands, 
Lest  thou  dash  thy  |  foot  aj gainst  a  |  stone. 

5  Thou  shalt  tread  upon  the  |  lion  and  |  adder  : 

The  young  lion  and  the  dragon  shalt  thou  |  trample  |  under 
feet. 

6  Because  he  hath  set  his  |  love  up  ion  Me, 
Therefore  will  |  I  de| liver  |  him  : 

7  I  will  |  set  him  '  on  |  high, 

Because  he  hath  j  known  |  my  [  name. 

8  He  shall  |  call  up|on  Me, 
And  I  I  will  I  answer  I  him  : 


9  I  will  be  |  with  him  *  in  |  trouble  ; 
I  will  de  liver  '  him,  and  |  honor  |  him. 

10  With  length  of  days  will  I  |  satis "fy  |  him, 
And  will  ]  show  him  j  my  sal|vation. 


Ps.  xci.  9. 


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Because  He  hath  heard  my  |  voice,  my  [  suppli]  cations. 

2  Because  He  hath  inclined  his  |  ear  unto  |  me, 
Therefore  will  I  call  up; on  ■  Him  as  |  long  '  as  I  |  live. 

3  The  sorrows  of  death  |  compassed  |  me  ; 

And  the  pains  of  hell  gat  hold  upon  me  ;  I  [  found  distress 
and  |  sorrow. 

4  Then  called  I  upon  the  |  name  '  of  the  [  Lord  : 

0  Lord,  I  be  j  seech  •  Thee,  dej  liver  my  j  soul. 

5  Gracious  is  the  |  Lord,  and  |  righteous  ; 
Yea,  our  |  God  is  |  merci  ful. 

6  The  Lord  preserveth  the  |  simple  : 

1  was  brought  j  low,  and  He  j  helped  |  me. 

7  Return  unto  thy  rest,  I  0  my  |  soul  ; 

For  the  Lord  hath  j  dealt  |  bountifully  |  with  thee. 

8  For  Thou  hast  delivered  my  |  soul  from  I  death, 
Mine  eyes  from  |  tears,  my  |  feet  from  |  falling. 


93I  will  walk  be1  fore  the  |  Lord 
In  the  |  land  ■  of  the  |  liv|ing. 


Ps.  cxvi. 


Dox.    0  bless  our  I  God,  ye  |  people, 

And  make  the  |  voice  "  of  his  |  praise  *  to  be  |  heard  ; 

Who  holdeth  our  |  soul  in  |  life, 

And  suffereth  |  not  our  |  feet  ■  to  be  |  moved.  Ps,  lxvi.  8. 


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910  SING  unto  the  Lord  a  |  new  |  song  : 
VJ     Sing  unto  the  |  Lord  |  all  the  |  earth. 

2  Sing  unto  the  Lord,  |  bless  his  J  name  : 
Proclaim  his  sal|vation  from  |  day  to  |  day. 

3  Declare  his  glory  aimong  the  |  nations, 
His  |  wonders  ajmong  all  the  j  people. 

4  For  the  Lord  is  great,  and  [  greatly  to  be  |  praised  ; 
He  is  to  be  |  feared  a|bove  all  1  gods. 

5  For  all  the  gods  of  the  I  people  are  |  idols  ; 
But  the  |  Lord  |  made  the  |  heavens. 

6  Honor  and  majesty  are  be  j  fore  his  |  face  ; 
Strength  and  beauty  are  |  in  his  |  sanctujary. 

7  Give  unto  the  Lord,  0  ye  kindreds  |  of  the  |  people, 
Give  unto  the  |  Lord  |  glory  and  |  strength. 

8  Give  unto  the  Lord  the  glory  |  of  his  |  name  : 
Bring  an  offering,  and  |  come  in;to  his  |  courts. 


930  worship  the  Lord  in  the  |  beauty  of  |  holiness  : 

Tremble  be  | fore  Him,  |  all  the  |  earth.  Ps.  xcvi. 


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92  T  ^^L  sm&  °f  tne  mercies  of  the  |  Lord  for  |  ever  : 

_L     With  my  mouth  will  I  make  known  thy  |  faithful  "ness 
to  |  all  generations. 

2  For  I  have  said,  Mercy  shall  be  built  |  up  for  |  ever  : 

Thy  faithfulness  shalt  Thou  establish  in  the  |  very  j  heavens. 

3  I  have  made  a  covenant  |  with  my  |  chosen  ; 
I  have  |  sworn  unto  |  David  my  |  servant  . 

4  Thy  seed  will  I  establish  for  |  ever, 

And  build  up  thy  |  throne  to  |  all  generations. 

5  And  the  heavens  shall  praise  thy  |  wonders,  0  |  Lord  ! 
Thy  faithfulness  also  in  the  congregation  |  of  the  |  saints  : 

6  For  who  in  heaven  can  be  com'pared  ■  to  the  |  Lord? 
Who  among  the  sons  of  the  Gods  can  be  I  likened  I  to  the  I 

Lord? 

7  God  is  greatly  to  be  feared  in  the  assembly  of  the  |  saints, 
And  to  be  reverenced  by  |  all  that  |  are  a | bout  Him. 

8  0  Lord,  God  of  Hosts,  who  is  like  unto  Thee,  |  mighty  I 

Lord  ? 
Or  to  thy  |  faith-fulness  J  round  a|bout  Thee? 

Ps.  lxxxix. 


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E  that  dwelletli  in  the  secret  place  |  of  the  *  Most  |  High, 
Shall  abide  under  the  |  shadow  |  of  the  *  Alj  mighty. 

I  will  say  of  the  Lord,  He  is  my  |  refuge  and  my  |  fortress  ; 
My  God,  in  |  Him  |  will  I  |  trust. 

Surely  He  shall  deliver  thee  from  the  |  snare  *  of  the  |  fowler, 
And  from  the  |  noisome  |  pestilence. 

He  shall  cover  thee  with  his  feathers,  and  under  his  |  wings  ' 

shalt  thou  |  trust, 
His  |  truth  thy  j  shield  and  |  buckler. 

Thou  shalt  not  be  afraid  for  the  |  terror  by  |  night ; 
Nor  for  the  |  arrow  that    flieth  by  |  day  ; 

Nor  for  the  pestilence  that  |  walketh  in  |  darkness  ; 
Nor  for  the  destruction  j  that  doth  j  waste  at  j  noonday. 

A  thousand  shall  fall  at  thy  side,  and  ten  thousand  at  |  thy 

right  |  hand ; 
But  it  |  shall  not  |  come  nigh  |  thee. 

Only  with  thine  eyes  shalt  |  thou  be  [hold, 

And  i  see  '  the  re  i  ward  ■  of  the  I  wicked.  Ps.  xci. 


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HAT  shall  I  !  render  to  the  |  Loud, 
For  all  his  |  bene 'fits  j  toward  |  me? 

2  I  will  take  the  I  cup  ■  of  salvation, 

And  call  upon  the  |  name  [  of  the  j  Lord. 

3  I  will  pay  my  j  vows  *  to  the  |  Lord, 
Now  in  the  |  presence  of  |  all  his  |  people. 


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4  Precious  in  the  |  sight  *  of  the  |  Lord 
Is  the  |  death  |  of  his  |  saints. 

5  0  Lord,  truly  |  I  ■  am  thy  |  servant ; 

I  am  thy  servant,  the  son  of  thine  handmaid  :  |  Thou  hast 
loosed  my  |  bonds. 

6  I  will  offer  to  Thee  the  sacrifice  of  |  thanks  |  giving, 
And  will  call  upon  the  |  name  |  of  the  |  Lord. 

7  I  will  pay  my  |  vows  ■  to  the  |  Lord, 
Now  in  the  |  presence  of  j  all  his  |  people  ; 

8  In  the  courts  of  the  |  house  '  of  the  |  Lord  ; 

In  the  midst  of  |  thee,  0  Je|rusajlem.  Ps.  cxvi.  12. 


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95  H/rAK"E  a  J°yful  noise  unto  !  ®0D>  all  the  |  earth  : 
JJjL  Sing  forth  the  |  honor  |  of  his  |  name  ; 

2  Make  his  |  praise  |  glorious. 

Say  unto  God,  How  terrible  |  art  Thou  |  in  thy  |  works  : 

3  Through  the  greatness  |  of  thy  |  power, 

Shall  thine  enemies  sub|mit  them  |  selves  unto  |  Thee. 

4  All  the  earth  shall  worship  Thee,  and  |  sing  unto  |  Thee  : 
They  shall  |  sing  |  unto  thy  |  name. 

5  Come  and  see  the  |  works  of  |  God  : 

He  is  terrible  in  his  doing  |  toward  the  |  chil'dren  of  |  men. 

6  He  turned  the  sea  into  |  dry  |  land  : 
They  went  |  through  the  |  flood  on  |  foot  : 

7  There  did  we  re|joice  in  |  Him. 

He  ruleth  by  his  |  power  |  for]  ever  : 

8  His  eyes  be  j  hold  the  |  nations  : 

Let  not  the  rebellious  '  ex | alt  them | selves. 

9  0  bless  our  |  God,  ye  |  people  ; 

And  make  the  |  voice  ■  of  his  |  praise  *  to  be  |  heard  : 

10  Who  holdeth  our  |  soul  in  |  life  ; 

And  suffereth  I  not  our  I  feet  *  to  be  I  moved.         Ps.  lxvi. 


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JL  The  world  and  the  fulness  thereof,  |  Thou  hast  |  founded 
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2  The  north  and  the  south,  Thou  hast  cre[ated  |  them  : 
Tabor  and  Hermon  shall  re]joice  |  in  thy  |  name. 

3  Thou  hast  a  |  mighty  |  arm  : 

Strong  is  thy  hand,  |  high  is  |  thy  right  |  hand. 

4  Justice  and  judgment  are  the  foundation  |  of  thy  |  throne  : 
Mercy  and  truth  shall  |  go  be  |  fore  thy  |  face. 

5  Blessed  is  the  people  that  know  the  |  joyful  |  sound  : 
They  shall  walk,  O  Lord,  in  the  |  light '  of  thy  j  counted 

nance. 

6  In  thy  name  shall  they  re|joice  *  all  the  |  day  ; 
And  in  thy  righteousness  |  shall  they  |  be  ex|alted. 

7  For  Thou  art  the  glory  |  of  their  |  strength  : 
And  in  thy  favor  our  j  horn  shall  |  be  ex|alted. 

8  For  the  Lord  is  |  our  de|  fence  ; 

And  the  Holy  One  of  |  Israel  j  our  j  King.     Ps.  lxxxix.  11. 


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•   \J     Make  known  his    deeds  a  niong  the  ,  people. 

2  Sing  unto  Hini,  sing    psalms  unto    Him  : 
Talk  ye  of    all  his    wondrous     works. 

3  Glory  ye  in  his    holy    name  : 

Let  the  heart  of  them  re  joice  that     seek  the    Loed. 

4  Seek  the  Loed,  and    his    strength  : 
Seek  his    face  for    ever    more. 

5  Remember  his  marvellous  works  that    He  hath    done  ; 
His  wonders,  and  the    judgments    of  his    mouth  ; 

6  0  ye  seed  of    Abra'hani  his    servant, 
Ye  children  of    Jacob    his    chosen. 


7  He  is  the    Loed  out    God  : 

His  judgments    are  in    all  the  :  earth. 

8  He  hath  remembered  his    covemant  for    ever  ; 

The  word  He  commanded,  to  a    thousand    gener  ations. 

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IT  A  very  |  present  |  help  in  |  trouble. 

2  Therefore  will  not  we  fear  though  the  |  earth  '  be  re) moved, 
And  though  the  mountains  be  cast  into  the  |  midst  |  of  the  | 

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3  Though  the  waters  thereof  |  roar  ■  and  be  |  troubled, 
Though  the  mountains  |  shake  *  with  the  |  swelling  there |  of. 

4  There  is  a  river  whose  streams  shall  make  glad  the  |  city  of  | 

God, 
The  holy  place  of  the  |  tabernacles  |  of  the  ■  Most  |  High. 

5  God  is  in  the  midst  of  her,  she  |  shall  ■  not  be  | moved  • 
God  will  help  her  at  the  |  dawn  j  of  the  |  morning. 

6  The  heathen  raged,  the  |  kingdoms  were  |  moved  : 
He  uttered  his  |  voice,  the  |  earth  did  |  melt. 


7  The  Lord  of  |  Hosts  is  |  with  us  ; 
The  God  of  |  Jacob  |  is  our  |  refuge. 


Ps.  xlvi 


QQ  TN  God  will  I  |  praise  his  |  word 
_L  In  the  Lord  I  will  I  I  praise  his 


praise  his  |  word. 

2  In  God  do  I  put  my  trust ;  I  |  will  not  |  fear  : 
What  can  |  man  |  do  unto  |  me. 

3  Thy  vows  are  up|on  me,  O  |  God  : 

I  will  render  |  praises  |  unto  |  Thee. 

4  For  Thou  hast  delivered  my  |  soul  from  |  death  : 
Wilt  not  Thou  de] liver  my  |  feet  from  |  falling? 


5  That  I  may  |  walk  be*  fore  |  God 
In  the  |  light  |  of  the  |  living. 


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4  For  liis  |  mercy  |  is  for  |  ever. 


2  Thus  shall  the  redeemed  of  the  |  Lord  |  say, 

Whom  He  hath  redeemed  from  the  |  hand  ■  of  the  |  ene|my  ; 

3  And  hath  gathered  them  |  out  ■  of  the  |  lands, 

From  the  east,  and  from  the  west,  from  the  |  north,  and  | 
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4  They  wandered  in  the  wilderness  in  a  |  deso'late  |  way  : 
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7  And  He  led  them  forth  by  a  |  straight  |  way, 
To  go  to  a  |  city  of  |  habijtation. 

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101  pRAISE  ye  the  I  LoRD 


Praise  ye  the  Lord  j  from  the  |  heavens  : 
Praise  ye  |  Him  j  in  the  |  heights. 

2  Praise  ye  Him,  |  all  his  |  angels  : 
Praise  |  ye  Him,  |  all  his  j  hosts. 

3  Praise  ye  Him,  [  sun  and  |  moon  : 
Praise  Him,  |  all  ye  |  stars  of  |  light. 

4  Praise  Him,  ye  |  heavens  of  |  heavens  ; 

And  ye  waters  that  |  are  a|bove  the  |  heavens. 

5  Let  them  praise  the  |  name  ■  of  the  |  Lord  ; 
For  He  com|manded,  and  |  they  •  were  cre|ated. 

G  He  hath  also  established  them  for  |  ever  and  |  ever 
He  hath  made  a  de|cree,  and  it  |  shall  not  |  pass. 


7  He  also  exalteth  the  |  horn  ■  of  his  |  people, 
The  |  praise  of  |  all  his  |  saints  ; 


PKAISE   AND   THANKSGIVING. 


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8  Of  the  |  children  of  [  Israel. 
A  people  |  near  |  unto  |  Him. 
Praise  ye  the  [  Lord. 


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1  O4^  O  -LORD,  how  are  they  increased  that  [  trouble  [  me  : 
~*  \J     Many  are  they  that  [  rise  \  up  a  gainst  me. 

2  Many  there  be  who  |  say  ■  of  my  |  soul, 
There  is  no  j  help  for  |  him  in  j  God. 

3  But  Thou,  0  Lord,  art  a  j  shield  for  [  me  ; 
My  glory,  and  the  |  lifter    up  '  of  my  j  head. 

4  I  cried  unto  the    Lord  ■  with  my  !  yoice, 

And  He  heard  me  from  the  i  mountain  :  of  his  [  holiness. 

5  I  laid  me  j  down  and  !  slept : 

I  awaked  ;  for  the  ;  Lord  j  did  sus  tain  me. 

6  I  will  not  be  afraid  of  ten  [  thousands  of  |  people, 
That  have  set  themselves  a  gainst  me  j  round  a  bout. 


7  A  rise,  0  j  Lord  ; 
Save  |  me,  i  O  mv 


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8  For  Thou  hast  smitten  all  mine  enemies  up' on  the  *  cheek- 

bone ; 
Thou  hast  broken  the  I  teeth  |  of  the  ■  un' godly. 

9  Salvation  belongeth  |  to  the  !  Loed  : 

Thy  blessing  |  is  up  [on  thy  j  people.  Ps.  iii. 


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103  T  WILL  Praise  Thee,  0  \  Lord,  with  |  all  my  |  heart ; 
_L     I  will  declare  |  all  thy  |  wondrous  |  works. 

2  I  will  be  |  glad  *  and  rejoice  in  |  Thee  : 

I  will  sing  praise  to  thy  |  name,  0  |  Thou  Most  |  High. 

3  When  mine  I  ene'mies  are  |  turned  [  back, 
They  shall  fall  and  |  perish  |  at  thy  |  presence. 

4  For  Thou  hast  maintained  my  |  right  *  and  my  |  cause  ; 
Thou  sattest  in  the  |  throne  |  judging  j  right. 

5  Thou  hast  rebuked  the  heathen,  |  Thou  *  hast  destroyed  the  | 

wicked, 
Thou  hast  put  out  their  |  name  for]  ever  and  |  ever. 

6  The  enemy,  their  deso  lations  are  |  ended  for |  ever  : 

And  Thou  hast  destroyed  their  cities  ;  their  mejmori'al  is  | 
perished  |  with  them. 

7  But  the  |  Lord  shall  en  dure  f  or  j  ever  : 

He  hath  prepared  his  \  throne  for  |  judgment ; 

8  And  He  shall  judge  the  |  world  in  |  righteous  ness, 

He  shall  minister  judgment  to  the  |  people  in  |  upright  j  ness. 

9  The  Lord  also  will  be  a  |  refuge  |  for  the  *  op  [pressed, 
A  |  refuge  in  |  times  of  j  trouble. 

10  And  they  that  know  thy  name  will  |  put  their  |  trust  in  | 
Thee  : 
For  Thou,  O  Lord,  hast  not  forjsaken  [  them  that  [  seek 
Thee.  Ps.  ix. 


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GIVE  thanks  unto  the  Loed  ;  for  |  He  is  |  good  ; 
For  his  \  mercy  |  is  for  |  ever. 


2  They  that  go  down  to  the  !  sea  in  !  ships, 
That  do  |  business  |  in  great  ]  waters  ; 

3  These  see  the  I  works  ■  of  the  !  Loed, 
And  his  |  wonders    in  the  j  deep. 

4  For  He  commandeth,  and  raiseth  the  '  stormy  |  wind, 
Which  lifteth  |  up  the  i  waves  there  of . 

5  Thev  mount  up  to  heaven,  thev  go  \  down  ■  to  the  j  depths 
Their  soul  is  ;  melted  be|  cause  of  |  trouble. 

6  Thev  reel  and  stagger  like  a  !  drunken  I  man  ; 
And*  all  their  j  wisdom  is  j  brought  to  |  naught. 

7  Then  thev  cry  unto  the  J  Loed  ■  in  their  I  trouble, 
And  He  bringeth  them  j  out  of  i  their  disj  tresses. 

8  He  maketh  the  |  storm  a  I  calm, 
And  the  i  waves  there  of  are  j  still. 


9  Then  are  they  glad  be  cause  ■  they  are  I  quiet ; 

And  He  bringeth  them  unto  the  j  haven  of  |  their  de;sire. 

10  Let  them  confess  to  the  I  Loed  his  [  mercy, 

And  his  wonderful  |  works  ■  to  the  j  chil'dren  of  !  men. 

Ps.  cvii.  1,  23. 


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105  TVT ANY'  °  I  L0RD'  m?  I G0D' 


Are  thy  wonderful  j  works  which  |  Thou  hast  |  done, 

2  And  thy  [  thoughts  toward  j  us  : 

They  cannot  be  reckoned  up  in  |  order  |  unto  |  Thee. 

3  If  I  would  declare  and  |  speak  of  |  them, 
They  are  |  more  than  |  can  be  |  numbered. 

4  Sacrifice  and  offering  Thou  didst  |  not  dejsire  : 
Mine  |  ears  j  hast  Thou  |  opened. 

5  Burnt-offering  and  |  sin- [offering 
Hast  |  Thou  |  not  re  quired. 

C  Then  said  I,  |  lo,  I  |  come  : 
In  the  volume  of  the  |  book  •  it  is  |  written  of  |  me, 

7  I  delight  to  do  thy  will,  |  0  my  |  God  : 
Yea,  thy  j  law  ■  is  with  in  my  j  heart. 

8  I  have  preached  righteousness  in  the  !  great  congregation  : 
Lo,  I  have  not  refrained  my  j  lips,  O  |  Lord,  Thou  ]  knowest. 

9  I  have  not  hid  thy  righteousness  with  in  my  |  heart  ; 

I  have  declared  thy  |  faithful "ness  and  |  thy  sal|vation. 

10  I  have  not  concealed  thy  |  loving- [kindness 

And  thy  j  truth  '  from  the  |  great  congregation.    Ps.  xl.  5. 

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106  T)RAISE  ye  tne  Lord.    O  give  thanks  to  the  Lord,  for 
X      He  is  |  good  ; 
For  his  |  mercy  |  is  for  |  ever. 


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2  Who  can  utter  the  mighty  acts  of  the  |  Lord  ? 
Who  can  !  show  forth  |  all  his  |  praise  ? 

3  Blessed  are  they  that  keep  i  judgment, 

And  he  that  doeth  j  righteousness  j  at  all  |  times. 

4  Remember  me,  O  J  Lord, 

With  the  favor  that  Thou  |  bearest  |  to  thy  ]  people. 

5  0  visit  me  with  thy  salvation  ; 

That  I  may    see  the  |  good  ■  of  thy  |  chosen  ; 

G  That  I  may  rejoice  in  the  joy  of  thy  |  nation  ; 

That  I  may  j  glory  with  j  thine  inheritance.  Ps.  cvi. 


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\  (W  mHE  LORD  hear  thee  in  the  |  day  of  |  trouble  ; 
X   The  name  of  the  |  God  of  |  Jacob  de;fend  thee. 

2  Send  thee  help  from  the  I  sanctujary, 
And  sus  tain  thee  [  out  of  |  Zion. 

3  Remember  all  thy  I  offer  ings, 
And  accept  thy  j  burnt  |  sacrijfice. 

4  Grant  thee  according  to  !  thine  own  |  heart, 
And  fnljfil    all  thy  j  counsel. 

5  We  will  rejoice  in  ]  thy  salvation, 

And  in  the  !  name  *  of  our  |  God  •  will  we  |  triumph. 

6  The  Lord  fulfil  |  all  ■  thy  pe'tltions. 

Now  know  I  that  the  Lord  |  saveth  ]  his  an  jointed  : 

7  He  will  hear  him  from  his  \  holy  |  heaven, 
With  the  saving  \  strength  of  I  his  right  j  hand. 

8  Some  trust  in  chariots,  and  !  some  in  !  horses  : 

But  we  will  remember  the  i  name  of  the  |  Lord  our  |  God. 

9  They  are  brought  |  down  and  I  fallen  : 
But  we  are  j  risen,  and  |  stand  |  upright. 

10  Save,  |  O  j  Loed  ! 

Let  the  Kine:  I  hear  us  I  when  we  I  call.  Ps.  xx. 


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_|J  And  praise  Him  in  the  asjsembly  |  of  the  |  elders. 

2  He  turneth  rivers  into  a  |  wilder  J  ness, 
Springs  of  |  water  |  into  dry  |  ground  ; 

3  A  fruitful  land  into  |  barren  jness, 

For  the  wickedness  of  |  them  that  |  dwell  there|in. 

4  He  turneth  the  wilderness  into  a  |  pool  of  |  waters, 
And  dry  |  land  into  j  water- 1  springs. 

5  And  there  He  maketh  the  |  hungry  to  |  dwell, 
That  they  may  prepare  a  j  city  for  |  habitation  ; 

6  And  sow  the  fields,  and  |  plant  |  vineyards, 
Which  may  |  yield  j  fruits  of  |  increase. 

7  He  blesseth  them  also,  and  they  are  |  multi  'plied  |  greatly  ; 
And  He  suffereth  not  their  |  cattle  j  to  de|  crease. 

8  Again,  they  are  minished  and  |  brought  |  low, 
Through  oplpression,  af  fiction,  and  |  sorrow. 


9  He  poureth  con  tempt  upon  |  princes, 

And  causeth  them  to  wander  |  in  a  |  pathless  |  waste. 

10  Yet  setteth  He  the  poor  on  |  high  ■  from  af  jfliction, 
And  maketh  him  I  families  I  like  a  I  flock. 


PRAISE  AND  THANKSGIVING. 


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11  The  righteous  shall  |  see,  and  re|joice  ; 
And  all  iniquity  shall  |  stop  her  |  mouth. 

12  Whoso  is  wise,  and  will  ob|  serve  these  |  things, 

Even  they  shall  understand  the  loving- |kindness  |  of  the 
Lord.  Ps.  cvii.  32. 


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109  C\  SflXOt  unto  the  Lord  a  |  new  |  song  ; 

\J    For  |  He  hath  ■  done  |  wondrous  |  things  : 

2  His  right  hand,  and  his  |  holy  |  arm, 
Hath  gotten  |  Him  the  |  victojry. 

3  The  Lord  hath  made  |  known  ■  his  salivation  : 

His  righteousness  hath  He  openly  |  showed  ■  in  the  |  sight  *  of 
the  |  nations. 

4  He  hath  remembered  his  mercy  |  and  his  |  truth 
Toward  the  |  house  of  |  Isra|el. 

5  All  the  |  ends  ■  of  the  |  earth 

Have  seen  the  sal|vation  |  of  our  |  God. 

6  Make  a  joyful  noise  unto  the  |  Lord,  all  the  |  earth  ; 
Make  a  loud  noise,  and  re|joice,  and  |  sing  |  praise. 

7  Sing  unto  the  j  Lord  with  the  |  harp, 

With  the  |  harp,  and  the  |  voice  *  of  a  |  psalm. 

8  With  trumpets  and  |  sound  of  |  cornet, 

Make  a  joyful  noise  be|fore  the  |  Lord,  the  |  King. 

9  Let  the  sea  roar,  and  the  |  fulness  there) of  ; 
The  world,  and  |  they  that  |  dwell  there  | in. 

10  Let  the  floods  |  clap  their  |  hands  : 

Let  the  |  mountains  be  |  joyful  tolgether. 

11  Before  the  Lord  ;  for  He  cometh  to  |  judge  the  |  earth  : 

He  shall  judge  the  world  in  righteousness,  and  the  I  people 
in  |  upright  |  ness.  Ps.  xcviii. 


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J-    Praise  God  in  his  |  sanctu|ary  : 

Praise  Him  in  the  |  firma'ment  j  of  his  |  power. 

2  Praise  Him  for  his  |  mighty  |  acts  : 

Praise  Him  ac| cording  to  his  |  excellent  |  greatness. 

3  Praise  Him  with  the  |  sound  ■  of  the  |  trumpet : 
Praise  Him  with  the  j  psal'tery  |  and  the  |  harp. 

4  Praise  Him  with  the  |  tinrbrel  and  |  dance  : 

Praise  Him  with  |  stringed  instru|ments  and  |  organs. 

5  Praise  Him  up  J  on  the  '  loud  j  cymbals  : 

Praise  Him  upjon  the  |  high-sounding  |  cymbals. 

6  Let  |  every  |  thing 

That  hath  |  breath  |  praise  the  |  Lord. 

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I   f\  ZION,  that  |  bringest  |  good  [  tidings, 
\J     Get  thee  up  |  into  the  |  high  |  mountain. 

2  O  Jerusalem,  that  \  bringest  [  good  |  tidings, 
Lift  |  up  thy  |  voice  with  |  strength. 

3  Lift  it  |  up,  be  (  not  ajfraid  : 

Say  unto  the  cities  of  |  Judah,  Bejhold  your  |  God. 

4  Behold,  the  Lord  Je  hovih  will  J  come  in  |  strength  ; 
And  his  j  arm  shall  j  rule  for  |  Him. 

5  Behold,  his  re' ward  is  j  with  |  Hun, 
And  his  |  work  be  fore  |  Him. 

6  He  shall  |  feed  his  |  flock  ■  like  a  I  shepherd ; 
He  shall  j  gather  the  j  lambs  ■  with  his  J  arm  ; 

7  And  shall  j  carry  |  them  '  in  his  I  bosom  : 

And  shall  gently  |  lead  ■  those  that  j  are  with  |  young. 

Is.  xl.  9. 


112  ~REJ0ICE  I  greatly,  0  |  daughter  of  |  Zion  ; 
XL  Shout,  O  |  daughter  of  Jejrusa|lem. 

2  Behold,  thy  |  King  |  cometh  unto  |  thee : 
He  is  |  just,  and  |  having  saljvation  ; 

3  Lowly,  and  i  rid'ing  up  on  an  !  ass  ; 
And  upon  a  |  colt,  the  |  foal  •  of  an  |  ass. 

4  And  I  will  cut  j  off  the  |  charrot  from  |  Ephraim, 
And  the  |  horse  *  from  Je  rusalem. 

5  And  the  battle-  bow  shall  :  be  cut  |  off  : 

And  He  shall  speak  |  peace  un  to  the  |  heathen.- 

6  And  his  dominion  shall  |  be  from  |  sea  to  |  sea, 
And  from  the  I  river  to  the  I  ends  *  of  the  I  earth. 


Zech.  ix.  9. 


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2  As  when  the  melting  j  fire  |  burnetii, 
The  fire  doth  |  cause  the  |  waters  to  |  boil ; 

3  To  make  thy  name  known  to  thine  |  adversaries, 
That  the  nations  may  |  tremble  |  at  thy  |  presence. 

4  When  Thou  didst  terrible  things  we  |  looked  not  |  for, 
Thou  earnest  down  ;  the  mountains  |  flowed  |  down  *  at  thy  | 

5  Forj  from  of  |  old,  [presence. 
They  have  not  |  heard  *  nor  per|ceived  '  by  the  |  ear  ; 

6  Neither  hath  the  eye  seen,  O  God,  a|side  from  |  Thee, 
What  He  hath  prepared  for  |  him  that  |  waiteth  |  for  Him. 

7  Thou  meetest  him  that  rejoiceth  and  worketh  |  righteous  |- 

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Upon  |  them  hath  the  |  light  |  shined 

3  For  unto  us  a  |  Child  is  |  born, 
Unto  |  us  a  |  Son  is  j  given  : 

4  And  the  government  shall  be  up 'on  his  |  shoulder ; 
And  his  I  name  j  shall  be  |  called, 


PROPHECY  AND   PROMISE. 


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5  Wonderful,  Counsellor,  the  |  mighty  |  God, 
Father  of  ejternrty,  |  Prince  of  |  Peace. 

6  Of  the  increase  of  his  government  and  peace  there  shall  |  be 

no  |  end, 
Upon  the  throne  of  David,  ]  and  up|on  his  |  kingdom  ; 

7  To  order  it,  and  to  establish  \  it, 
With  |  judgment  |  and  with  j  justice. 

8  From  henceforth  |  even  for  |  ever  : 

The  zeal  of  the  Lord  of  |  Hosts  will  per  J  form  |  this. 

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.I.  Because  the  Lord  hath  anjointed  |  me, 
To  preach  glad  |  tidings  |  to  the  |  meek. 

2  He  hath  sent  me  to  bind  up  the  |  broken- [hearted, 
To  proclaim  liberty  |  to  the  |  captives, 

And  the  opening  of  the  |  prison  |  to  the  |  bound  : 

3  To  proclaim  the  acceptable  |  year  ■  of  the  |  Lord, 
And  the  day  of  vengeance  |  of  our  |  God  : 

To  |  comfort  |  all  that  |  mourn  : 

4  To  appoint  unto  them  that  |  mourn  in  |  Zion  ; 
To  give  unto  them  |  beauty  for  |  ashes, 

The  |  oil  of  |  joy  for  |  mourning : 

5  The  garment  of  praise  for  the  j  spirit  of  |  heavrness  ; 
That  they  may  be  called  |  trees  of  |  righteous 'ness  ; 

The  planting  of  the  Lord,  that  He  |  might  be  |  glorijfied. 

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J  g  nnHERE  shall  come  forth  a  Rod  out  of  the  |  stem  of  |  Jesse, 
_L   And  a  Branch  shall  |  grow  out  |  of  his  |  roots. 

2  And  the  Spirit  of  the  Lord  shall  j  rest  up!on  him, 
The  Spirit  of  |  wis'dom  and  |  under  I  standing, 

3  The  Spirit  of  counsel  j  and  of  |  might, 

The  Spirit  of  knowledge  and  of  the  |  fear  |  of  the  |  Lord  ; 

4  And  shall  make  him  quick  of  |  under  [standing, 
In  the  |  fear  j  of  the  \  Lord. 

5  And  he  shall  not  judge  after  the  |  sight  *  of  his  |  eyes, 
Neither  reprove  after  the  |  hearing  j  of  his  J  ears. 

6  But  with  righteousness  shall  he  j  judge  the  \  poor, 

And  reprove  with  equity  |  for  the  |  meek  '  of  the  |  earth. 

7  And  he  shall  smite  the  earth  with  the  !  rod  ■  of  his  !  mouth  ; 
And  with  the  breath  of  his  '  lips  -  shall  he  |  slay  the  j  wicked. 

8  And  righteousness  shall  he  the  girdle  |  of  his  |  loins, 
And  faithfulness  the  ]  girdle  |  of  his  j  reins.  Is.  xi. 


CXI. 


117  THE  wolf  sna11  '  dwe11  '  with  the  I  lamb  ! 

JL   And  the  leopard  j  shall  lie  |  down  •  with  the  |  kid  : 

2  And  the  calf,  and  the  young  lion,  and  the  |  fat'ling  to|gether  ; 
And  a  j  little  |  child  shall  !  lead  them. 

3  And  the  cow  and  the  !  hear  shall  |  feed  ; 

1  Their  young  ones  shall  lie  I  down  to  gether  ; 
And  the  I  lion  shall  eat  I  straw  *  like  the  I  ox. 


PROPHECY   AXD    PROMISE. 


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4  And  the  sucking  child  shall  play  on  the  j  hole  ■  of  the  !  asp  ; 
And  the  weaned  child  shall  put  his    hand  up  "on  the    cocka-- 

5  They  shall  not    hurt  ■  nor  de  stroy,  ttrice'  ■  den* 
In  all  the  j  mountain  of  niy    holi  ness  : 

6  For  the  earth  shall  he  full  of  the    knowledge  of  the  j  Lord, 
As  the    waters  I  cover  the  I  seas.  Is.  xi.  6. 


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2  That  pro  claimeth  |  peace, 

That  j  bringeth  good    tidings  of  j  good, 

3 3  That  pro  claimeth  sal  ration  ; 

That  saith  to  j  Zion,    Thy  God  |  reigneth. 

4  Thy  watchmen  shall  lift  [  up  the  |  voice  : 
With  the  voice  tolgether  j  shall  they  !  sing. 

5  For  they  shall  see    eye  to  !  eye, 

When  the    Lord  shall  |  bring  a 'gain  j  Zion. 

6  Break  |  forth  into  ;  joy  ; 

Sing  together,  ye  waste  j  places  of  Je[rusallem  : 

7  For  the  Lord  hath  |  comfort  *ed  his  j  people  ; 
He  hath  re  deemed  Jejrusa  lem. 

8  The  Lord  hath  made  bare  his  |  holy  |  arm, 
In  the  |  eyes  of    all  the  j  nations  ; 

9  And  all  the    ends  ■  of  the  |  earth 

Shall  see  the  sal|vation  |  of  our  |  God.  Is.  lii.  7. 


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±±tJ  _D  And  He  will  |  dwell  with  |  them, 

2  And  they  shall  |  be  his  |  people, 

And  God  Himself  shall  be  |  with  them,  |  their  |  God. 

3  And  God  shall  wipe  a|way  all  |  tears  *  from  their  |  eyes  ; 
And  death  shall  |  be  no  J  more  ; 

4  Neither  shall  there  be  mourning,  nor  crying,  nor  |  pain  any 

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heaven, 
And  giveth  |  life  unjto  the  ]  world. 


2  He  that  cometh  to  Me  shall  |  never  ]  hunger, 

And  he  that  believeth  on  |  Me  shall  |  never  |  thirst.  . 

3  This  is  the  bread  that  cometh  |  down  from  |  heaven, 
That  one  may  |  eat  there] of,  and  not  |  die. 


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4  I  am  the  living  bread  that  came  |  down  from  |  heaven -: 
If  any  one  eat  of  this  |  bread,  he  shall  |  live  for  |  ever. 

5  And  the  bread  that  I  will  give  |  is  my  |  flesh, 
Which  I  will  |  give  '  for  the  |  life  ■  of  the  |  world. 

6  And  the  Spirit  and  the  |  Bride  say,  |  Come  : 
And  let  him  that  |  heareth  |  say,  j  Come  : 

7  And  let  him  that  I  thirsteth  |  come  : 

And  let  him  that  willeth  take  |  water  of  |  life  [  freely. 

John  vi.  33,  35,  50,  51  :  Rev.  xxii.  17. 


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2  Who  swear  by  the  |  name  "  of  the  |  Lord, 
And  make  mention  of  the  God  of  |  Isra|el ; 
But  not  in  |  truth,  nor  in  j  righteous |ness. 

3  For  they  call  themselves  of  the  |  holy  |  city, 
And  stay  themselves  upon  the  God  of  ]  Isra|el : 
The  |  Lord  of  |  Hosts  ■  is  his  |  name. 

4  I  have  declared  the  former  things  |  from  ■  the  be  |  ginning  ; 
And  they  went  out  of  my  |  mouth,  and  I  |  showed  them  : 
I  did  them  suddenly,  |  and  they  |  came  to  |  pass 

5  Thus  saith  the  Lord,  thy  Redeemer,  the  Holy  One  of  | 

Isra|el ; 
I  am  the  Lord  thy  God,  Who  teacheth  \  thee  to  |  profit, 
Who  leadeth  thee  by  the  |  way  that  |  thou  shouldst  |  go. 

6  0  that  thou  hadst  hearkened  to  |  my  com|mandments  ; 
Then  had  thy  peace  |  been  '  as  a  |  river, 

And  thy  righteousness  |  as  the  |  waves  *  of  the  |  sea  : 

7  Thy  seed  also  had  |  been  *  as  the  |  sand, 

And  the  offspring  of  thy  bowels  as  the  |  gravel  there] of  : 
His  name  should  not  have  been  cut  |  off  *  nor  destroyed 
from  be  I  fore  Me.  Is.  xlviii. 


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_L     I  will  I  love  them  |  freely  : 
For  mine  anger  is  turned  a|way  |  from  him 

2  I  will  be  as  the  dew  unto  j  Isra|el : 
He  shall  |  grow  ■  as  the  |  lily, 

And  cast  forth  his  roots  as  |  Lebainon. 

3  His  I  branches  shall  !  spread, 

And  his  beauty  shall  be  as  the  |  olive-|tree, 
And  his  smell  shall  be  as  |  Lebainon. 

4  They  that  dwell  under  his  shadow  |  shall  re  |  turn  ; 
They  shall  revive  as  the  corn,  and  |  grow  '  as  the  |  vine  ; 
The  scent  thereof  shall  be  as  the  wine  of  I  Lebainon.  .  .  . 


5  Who  I  so  is  I  wise, 

And  he  shall  understand  these  |  things  ; 
Prudent,  and  |  he  shall  |  know  them. 

6  For  the  ways  of  the  |  LoitD  are  [  right ; 
And  the  just  shall  |  walk  in  |  them  : 
But  the  transgressors  shall  |  fall  there] in. 


Hos.  xiv.  4-7,  9. 


CXVH. 


123  P  °- D  and  uPri?^*  I is  tne  l LoED ; 


Therefore  will  He  teach  |  sinners  |  in  the  |  way. 

2  The  meek  will  He  |  guide  in  |  judgment : 
And  the  |  meek  will  He  |  teach  his  |  way. 

3  All  the  paths  of  the  Lord  are  |  mercy  and  |  truth, 

To  those  that  keep  his  covenant  |  and  his  I  testij  monies. 


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4  For  thy    name's  sate.  0     !;.._. 
Pardon  mine  in  iquity.    for  *  it  is  ~  great. 

5  What  man  is  lie  that    f  eareth  the    Loed  ! 

Him  shall  He  teach  in  the    way  that    He  shall    choose. 

6  Hi  ^  soul  shall    dwell  in  |  good ; 

And  his    seed  shall  in  herit  the    earth. 

?  The  secret  of  the  Loed  is  with    them  that    fear  Him, 
And  his    covenant;  :       give  them    knowledge. 

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"      _D  The  people  He  hath  chosen   f or  his    nwn  infheritaiica 

3  The  Loed  looketh    from  the    heavens  ; 
He  beholdeth    all  the    sons  of    men. 

3  From  the  place  of  his  habi  tation  He    looke:  j. 
Upon  all  the  in  habitants    of  the    earth. 

4  He  fashioneth  their    hearts  a  like  : 

He  con  sider-eth    all  then     works 

5  Behold,  the  eye  of  the  Loed  is  upon    them  thai    fear  Him. 
Upon    them  that    hope  ■  in  his    mercy. 

To  deliver  their    sonl  from    death. 
And  to    keep  •  them  a  live  in    famine. 

7  Our  sonl  waiteth    for  the    Lop.d  : 
He  is  onr    help    and  out    shield. 

8  For  out  heart  shall  re  joice  in    Hi:n  : 
Because  we  have  trusted    in  his    holv    name. 


9  Let  thy  mercy.  0  Lord,    be  up  on  us, 
According  as  we  j  hope    in    Thee. 


Ps.  xxsiii.  12. 


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CXIX. 


"J25  T^  thou  take  away  from  the  |  midst  of  thee  the  |  yoke, 

JL  The  putting  forth  of  the  finger,  and  |  speaking  |  vani|ty  ; 

2  And  if  thou  draw  out  thy  |  soul  *  to  the  |  hungry, 
And  |  satis  *fy  th'  af  |flicted  |  soul  ; 

3  Then  shall  thy  light  |  rise  ■  in  ob]scurity, 
And  thy  |  darkness  shall  be  j  as  the  |  noonday. 

4  And  the  Lord  shall  |  guide  thee  continually, 

And  satisfy  thy  soul  in  |  drought,  and  make  |  fat  thy  |  bones. 

5  And  thou  shalt  be  like  a  |  watered  |  garden  ; 

And  like  a  spring  of  water,  whose  |  waters  |  do  not  |  fail. 

6  And  they  that  shall  be  of  thee  shall  build  the  j  old  waste  | 

places  : 
Thou  shalt  raise  up  the  foundations  of  I  many  |  generations. 

7  And  thou  shalt  be  called,  the  re|pairer  of  the  |  breach, 
The  restorer  of  |  paths  to  |  dwell  in. 


8  If  thou  turn  away  thy  |  foot  '  from  the  |  sabbath, 
From  doing  thy  pleasure  |  on  my  |  holy  |  day  ; 

9  And  call  the  |  sabbath  a  de|  light, 
The  |  holy  of  the  |  Lord,  |  honorable  ; 

10  And  shalt  honor  Him,  not  doing  |  thine  own  |  ways, 

Nor  finding  thine  own  pleasure,  nor  |  speaking  |  thine  own  | 
words  ; 

11  Then  shalt  thou  delight  thy  |  self  *  in  the  |  LORD  ; 

And  I  will  cause  thee  to  ride  upon  the  high  |  places  ]  of  the  | 
earth  ; 

12  And  feed  thee  with  the  heritage  of  |  Jacob  thy  |  father  : 
For  the  mouth  of  the  |  Lord  hath  |  spoken  |  it. 

Is.  lviii.  9. 


PEOPHECY   AND   PROMISE. 

CXX. — This  Chant  may  be  sung  in  unison. 


95 


12B  T?OR  Zion's  sake  will  I  not  |  hold  my  |  peace, 

J.    And  for  Jerusalem's  |  sake  I  [  will  not  |  rest ; 

2  Until  the  righteousness  thereof  go  |  forth  as  |  brightness, 
And  the  salvation  there  |  of  •  as  a  |  lamp  that  |  burnetii. 

3  And  the  Gentiles  shall  |  see  thy  |  righteous  "ness, 
And  |  all  |  kings  thy  |  glory  : 

4  And  thou  shalt  be  |  called  by  a  |  new  name, 
Which  the  |  mouth  of  the  |  Lord  shall  |  name. 

5  Thou  shalt  be  a  crown  of  glory  in  the  |  hand  *  of  the  |  LORD, 
And  a  royal  diadem  in  the  |  hand  |  of  thy  |  God. 

6  Thou  shalt  no  more  be  |  termed,  For|saken  ; 

Neither  shall  thy  land  any  |  more  be  |  termed,  |  Deso'late. 

7  But  thou  shalt  be  called,  My  de|light  is  |  in  her  • 
And  |  thy  |  land,  the  |  Married  : 

8  For  the  Lord  de|lighteth  |  in  thee  ; 
And  thy  |  land  |  shall  be  ]  married. 

9  For  as  a  young  man  doth  |  mar'ry  a  [  virgin, 
So  shall  thy  |  sons  |  marry  |  thee  : 

10  And  as  the  bridegroom  rejoiceth  |  ever  the  |  bride, 

So  shall  thy  God  rejjoice  |  over  |  thee.  Is.  lxii. 


96  SELECTIONS   AND   CHANTS. 

CXXI.     Unison  Chant. 


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O  Break  forth  into  singing,  and  cry  aloud,  thou  that  didst 
not  |  travail  with  |  child  ; 

2  For  more  are  the  children  of  the  |  desojlate, 

Than  the  children  of  the  married  j  wife,  saith  the  |  Lord. 

3  Enlarge  the  |  place  ■  of  thy  |  tent, 

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tions : 

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5  For  thou  shalt  |  break  ]  forth, 

On  the  right  hand  and  |  on  the  j  left  : 

6  And  thy  seed  shall  injherit  the  |  Gentiles, 
And  make  the  desolate  cities  to  be  in  | habit |ed. 

7  Fear  not ;  for  thou  shalt  |  not  be  a  I  shamed  : 

Neither  be  thou  confounded  ;  for  thou  shalt  not  be  j  put  to  | 
shame  : 

8  For  thou  shalt  forget  the  |  shame  '  of  thy  |  youth, 

And  shalt  not  remember  the  reproach  of  thy  widowhood  | 
any  |  more. 

9  For  thy  [  Maker  is  thy  I  husband ; 
The  Lord  of  ]  Hosts  is  his  |  name  ; 

10  And  thy  Redeemer  the  Holy  One  of  |  Isra|el ; 
The  God  of  the  whole  earth  shall  |  He  be  (  called. 

Is.  liv. 


PROPHECY   AXD    PROMISE. 


97 


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"*     I\.     Thee, 

Though    Thou  wast  [  angry    with  me. 

2  Thine  anger  is    turned  a  way. 
And  |  Thou  hast    comfort  *ed    me. 

3  Behold.  God  is    my  sal  ration  ; 

I  will    trust,  and    not  "  be  a  fraid  : 

4  For  the  Lord  Jehovah  is  my    strength  and    song  ; 
He  also  is  be  come    my  sal  ration. 

5  Therefore  with  joy  shall    ye  draw    water, 
Out  of  the    wells    of  sal  vation. 

6  And  in  that    day  shall  ye    say, 

Praise  the  Lord,     call  up  on  his    name  ; 

7  Declare  his  doings  a  mong  the    people  ; 
Make  mention  that  his    name    is  ex  alted. 

8  Sing    unto  the    Lord  ; 

For  He    hath  done    excel  "lent    things  : 


9  This  is  made  known  in    all  the     earth  : 
Cry  out  and  shout,  thou  in  habi  tant  of    Zion 

10  For  great  in  the    midst  of    thee 
Is  the  Holt    Oxe  of    Israel. 


Is.  xii. 


98 


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3  It  shall  blossom  ajbundant|ly, 

And  rejoice  |  even  with  |  joy  and  |  singing. 

4  The  glory  of  Lebanon  shall  be  |  given  |  to  it, 
The  excellency  of  |  Carmel  |  and  of  |  Sharon. 

5  They  shall  see  the  |  glory  of  the  |  Lord, 
The  |  excellency  |  of  our  |  God. 

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And  con  |  firm  the  |  feeble  |  knees. 

7  Say  to  them  of  |  fearful  |  heart, 
Be  |  strong,  |  fear  |  not. 

8  Behold,  your  God  will  |  come  with  |  vengeance, 

God  with  a  recompense  ;  |  He  will  |  come  and  |  save  you. 


9  Then  the  eyes  of  the  |  blind  •  shall  be  |  opened, 
And  the  ears  of  the  |  deaf  shall  |  be  un|stopped. 

10  Then  shall  the  lame  |  leap  •  as  an  |  hart, 
And  the  |  tongue  '  of  the  |  dumb  shall  |  sing. 


Is.  xxxv. 


PKOPHECY   AND   PROMISE. 


99 


CXXIV. 


130  THEN  slia11  tlie  e7es  of  tlie  I  blind  be  I  opened, 

J_  And  the  ears  of  the  |  deaf  shall  |  be  un|  stopped. 

2  Then  shall  the  lame  |  leap  •  as  an  j  hart, 
And  the  |  tongue  "  of  the  |  dumb  shall  J  sing. 

3  For  in  the  wilderness  shall  |  waters  break  |  out, 
And  |  streams  |  in  the  |  desert  : 

4  And  the  parched  ground  shall  be  J  come  a  |  pool, 
And  the  thirsty  |  land  |  springs  of  j  water. 

5  In  the  habitation  of  dragons,  |  where  each  |  lay, 
Shall  be  |  grass  for  |  reeds  and  j  rushes. 

6  And  an  highway  shall  be  |  there,  and  a  [  way  ; 
And  it  shall  be  |  called  the  |  way  of  j  holrness  : 

7  The  unclean  shall  not  |  pass  |  over  it, 
But  |  it  shall  |  be  for  |  those  : 

8  The  |  wayfaring  |  men, 
Though  |  fools,"  |  shall  not  [  err. 

9  No  lion  i  shall  be  |  there, 

Nor  any  ravenous  j  beast  '  shall  go  |  up  there  [on  : 

10  It  shall  not  be  j  found  |  there  ; 

But  the  re  J  deemed  shall  |  walk  |  there. 

11  And  the  ransomed  of  the  Lord  shall  return,  and  |  come  to 

Zion, 
With  songs,  and  everlasting  j  joy  up|on  their  |  heads. 

12  They  shall  obtain  |  joy  and  |  gladness, 

And  sorrow  and  |  sighing  shall  j  flee  a|way.     Is.  xxxv.  5. 


100 


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CXXV.     The  1st  and  2d  strains  may  be  sung  in  unison. 


"1  Ol   "DXTT  now  thus  saith   the  Lord,  that  ere  ated  thee,  O  | 
Jj  And  He  that    formed    thee,  0     Isra-el ;  [Jacob  ; 

2  Fear  not ;  for    I  '  have  re  deemed  thee  : 

I  have  called  thee  by  thy    name,     thou  art    mine. 

3  When  thou  passest  through  the  waters,  |  I  *  will  be  |  with 

thee  ; 
And  through  the  rivers,  they  ■  shall  not    over  flow  thee  : 

4  When  thou  walkest  through  the  fire,  thou  shalt    not  be  | 
Neither  shall  the  ;  flame    kindle  upon  thee.  [burned  ; 

5  For  I  am  the    Lord,  thy    God, 

The  Holy  One  of  j  Isra  el,  thy  |  Saviour  : 

6  I  gave  '  Egypt  for  thy    ransom, 
Ethi  opi'a  and     Seba     for  thee. 

7  Since  thou  wast  precious  :  in  my  !  sight, 

Thou  hast  been    honored,  and  f  I  have  i  loved  thee  : 

8  Therefore  will  I  give    men  for  !  thee, 
And  |  people    for  thy    life. 

9  Fear  not  thou  ;  for    I  am    with  thee  : 

I  will  bring  thy  seed  from  the  east,  and  |  gather  \  thee  ■  from 

10  I  will  say  to  the    north.  Give    up  ;  [tne  i  wcst  : 
And  to  the    south,     Keep  not     back  : 

11  Bring  my  sons  from  far,  and  my  daughters  from  the  I  ends 

of  the    earth  : 
Every  one  that  is     called    by  my    name  ; 

12  For  I  have  created  him    for  my  |  glory  : 

I  have  |  formed  him ;  j  yea,  I  have  j  made  him.      Is.  xliii. 


PROPHECY   AXD    PROMISE. 


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w  1    And  Israel,  whom  j  I  hare  I  chosen  : 

2  Thus  saith  the    Lord  Who    made  thee, 

And  formed  thee  from  the  womb,  |  Who  will  j  help  thee 

3  Fear  not,  0  |  Jacob,  my  '  servant  ; 

And  thou,  Jesurun,  whom  |  I  have  j  chosen  : 

4  For  I  will  pour  water  upon    him  ■  that  is  j  thirsty, 
And  floods  up  on  the  "  dry  |  ground. 

5  I  will  pour  my  Spirit  upon  thy    seed, 
And  my  blessing  up  on  thine  j  offspring  : 

6  And  they  shall  spring  up  as  among  the  j  grass, 
As  willows  by  the    water-  courses. 


7  One  shall  say,     I  •  am  the  |  Lord's  ; 
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name  of  :  Jacob  : 


8  And  another  shall  subscribe  with  his    hand  ■  to  the  |  Lord, 
And  surname  himself  by  the  name  of  ,  Israel. 

9  Thus  saith  the  Lord,  the  King  of    Isra  el ; 
And  his  Redeemer,  the    LoRDof    Hosts  ; 

10  I  am  the  First,  and  j  I  the  !  Last ; 

And  beside  Me  there  I  is  no  j  God.  Is.  xliv. 


102 


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_L    The  |  Lord  of  |  Hosts  *  is  his  |  name  : 

2  And  thy  Redeemer,  the  Holy  One  of  |  Israjel ; 
The  God  of  the  whole  |  earth  shall  |  He  be  |  called. 

3  For  the  |  Lord  hath  |  called  thee, 

As  a  woman  forjsa'ken  and  |  grieved  in  |  spirit, 

4  And  a  |  wife  of  j  youth, 

When  thou  wast  rej fused,  |  saith  thy  |  God. 

5  For  a  small  moment  have  I  forjsaken  |  thee  ; 
But  with  great  mercies  |  will  I  |  gather  |  thee. 

6  In  a  little  wrath  I  hid  my  face  from  thee  |  for  a  |  moment ; 
But  with  everlasting  kindness  will  1  have  mercy  on  thee, 

saith  the  "  Lord  |  thy  Re|deemer. 

7  For  this  is  as  the  waters  of  |  Noah  unto  |  me  : 

For  as  I  have  sworn  that  the  waters  of  Noah  should  no 
more  go  |  o'ver  the  |  earth  ; 

8  So  |  have  I  |  sworn 

That  I  would  not  be  |  wroth  with  |  thee,  nor  re|buke  thee. 

9  For  the  mountains  shall  depart,  and  the  !  hills  '  be  rej  moved 
But  my  kindness  shall  |  not  dejpart  from  |  thee, 

10  Neither  shall  the  covenant  of  my  |  peace  *  be  re|moved, 
Saith  the  Lord  |  That  hath  |  mercy  up|on  thee. 

Is.  liv.  5. 


134  0   '  TH0U  aflflicted, 
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tempest,  and  not  |  comfort |ed, 
2  Behold,  I  will  lay  thy  |  stones  with  *  fair  |  colors, 
And  |  lay  •  thy  foundations  with  |  sapphires. 


PROPHECY   AND   PROMISE. 


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3  And  I  will  make  thy  windows  of  agates,  and  thy  [  gates  of 
And  all  thy  j  bor'ders  of  j  precious    stones,     [carbuncles, 

4  And  all  thy  children  shall  be  j  taught  *  of  the  |  Lord  ; 
And  j  great  shall  be  the  |  peace  "  of  thy  j  children. 

5  In  righteousness  |  shalt  thou  be  established  : 
Thou  |  shalt  be  |  far  ■  from  opipression, 

6  For  thou  j  shalt  not  |  fear ; 

And  from  terror,  |  for  it    shall  |  not  come  |  near  thee. 

7  Behold,  they  shall  surely  j  gatlrer  tojgether, 
But  |  not  j  by  |  Me  : 

8  Whosoever  shall  gather  tojgether  a | gainst  thee, 
Shall  |  fall  |  for  thy  |  sake. 

9  Behold,  I  have  cre[ated  the  |  smith, 
That  j  bloweth  the  |  coals  in  the  j  fire, 

10  And  that  bringeth  forth  an  instrument  j  for  his  |  work  ; 
And  I  have  created  the  j  waster  j  to  destroy. 

11  No  weapon  that  is  formed  against  |  thee  shall  |  prosper  ; 
And  every  tongue  that  shall  rise  against  thee  in  j  j  udgment 

thou  *  shalt  condemn. 

12  This  is  the  heritage  of  the  [  servants  of  the  |  Lord  ; 

And  their  righteousness  j  is  of  |  Me,  saith  the  j  Lord.     11. 

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Thy  wife  shall  be  as  a  [  fruitful  |  vine 
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XJL  And  the  glory  of  the  |  Lord  is  ]  risen  up  I  on  thee  : 

2  For,  behold,  darkness  shall  |  cover  the  j  earth, 
And  j  gross  |  dark'ness  the  |  people. 

3  But  the  Lord  shall  a 'rise  upon  |  thee  ; 
And  his  j  glory  shall  be  |  seen  up  on  thee. 

4  And  the  Gentiles  shall    come  ■  to  thy    light, 
And  kings  to  the  |  brightness    of  thy  \  rising. 

5  Lift  up  thine  eyes  round  a  bout,  and  |  see  : 

All  they  gather  themselves  to  gether,  they  j  come  to  |  thee. 

6  Thy  sons  shall  |  come  from  !  far, 

And  thy  j  daughters  shall  be    nursed  at  thy  |  side. 

7  Then  thou  shalt  see,  and    flow  to  gether  ; 
And  thy  heart  shall  j  fear,  and  I  be  enlarged  : 

8  Because  the  abundance  of  the  sea  shall  be  con  |  verted  unto  ] 

thee  ; 
The  forces  of  the  |  Gentiles  shall  j  come  unto  |  thee. 

9  The  multitude  of  camels  shall  j  cover  |  thee, 
The  dromedaries  of  |  Mid  Ian  j  and  of  j  Ephah. 

10  All  they  from  Sheba  shall  come  ;  they  shall  bring  |  gold  and 

j  incense  ; 
And  they  shall  show  forth  the  j  praises  |  of  the  j  Lord. 

11  All  the  flocks  of  Kedar  shall  be  gathered  |  unto  |  thee  ; 
The  rams  of  Nebaioth  shall    minis  'ter  |  unto  |  thee. 

12  They  shall  come  up  with  acceptance  j  on  mine  |  altar  ; 
And  I  will  glorify  the  |  house  |  of  my  |  glory.  Is.  lx. 


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V    Wasting  nor  destruction  with | in  thy  |  borders  : 

2  But  thou  shalt  call  thy  |  walls,  Sal|vation, 
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thee  : 

4  But  the  Lord  shall  be  unto  thee  an  ever  |  lasting  |  light, 
And  thy  |  God  thy  |  glo|ry. 

5  Thy  sun  shall  no  |  more  go  |  down  ; 
Neither  shall  thy  |  moon  with  [draw  it  j  self  : 

6  For  the  Lord  shall  be  thine  ever  (lasting  |  light ; 
And  the  days  of  thy  |  mourning  |  shall  be  |  ended. 

7  Thy  people  also  shall  |  be  all  |  righteous  : 
They  shall  in|herit  the  |  land  for  j  ever  : 

8  The  |  branch  ■  of  my  |  planting, 

The  work  of  my  hands,  that  |  I  ■  may  be  |  glori|fied. 

9  A  little  one  shall  be|come  a  |  thousand, 
And  a  |  small  *  one  a  |  strong  |  nation  : 

10  I  1  the  |  Lord 

Will  I  hasten  it  I  in  his  I  time.  Is.  lx.  18. 


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138   A"^"^  **iey  s^a^  huild  I  houses,  |  and  in|habit ; 

IX  They  shall  plant  vineyards,  and  eat  the  |  fruit  |  of  them. 

2  They  shall  not  j  build,  and  an  [other  in | habit ; 
They  shall  not  plant,  and  an  |  other  |  eat. 

3  For  as  the  days  of  a  |  tree  ■  are  the  |  days  *  of  my  |  people  ; 
And  mine  elect  shall  long  enjoy  the  |  work  '  of  their  |  hands. 

4  They  J  shall  not  |  labor  in  |  vain, 
Nor  bring  \  forth  for  |  trouble  : 

5  For  they  are  the  seed  of  the  |  blessed  |  of  the  |  Lord, 
And  their  j  offspring  |  with  them. 

6  And  it  shall  come  to  pass,  that  be|fore  they  |  call,  I  will  | 
And  while  they  are  yet  speaking,  |  I  will  |  hear.       [answer  ; 

'7  The  wolf  and  the  j  lamb  shall  |  feed  to|gether  ; 

And  the  lion  shall  eat  |  straw  •  like  the  |  bullock  ; 
8  And  |  dust  shall  be  the  |  serpent's  |  meat : 

They  shall  not  hurt  nor  destroy  in  all  my  holy  mountain,  | 
saith  the  I  Lord.  Is.  lxv.  21. 


139  XTEARKEN  unto- me,  ye  that  |  know  | 
XL  The  people  in  whose  |  heart  -  is  my 
2  Fear  ye  |  not  '  the  re|proach  of  |  men, 
Neither  be  ye  afraid  of  |  their  rejvilings. 


righteous  |  ness ; 
I  law  : 


3  For  the  moth  shall  |  eat  them  |  up  '  like  a  |  garment, 
And  the  worm  shall  eat  them  |  up  like  |  wool. 

4  But  my  righteousness  |  shall  en|dure  for  |  ever. 
And  my  salvation  from  generation  to  |  gener|ation. 

5  Awake,  a] wake,  |  put  on  |  strength, 
O  !  arm  '  of  the  I  Lord  : 


PKOPHECY  AND   PROMISE. 


107 


sea, 


6  Awake  as  j  in  the  |  ancient  |  days, 
In  the  gener Rations  of  j  old 

7  Art  thou  not  |  it  ■  that  hath  |  dried  the 
The  waters  of  the  j  great  j  deep  ? 

8  That  hath  made  the  |  depths  ■  of  the  |  sea  a  jway 
For  the  ransomed  to  j  pass  |  over  ? 

9  Therefore  the  redeemed  of  the   Lord  shall  re|turn,   and 

come  to  j  Zion, 
With  singing,  and  everlasting  i  joy  up  "on  their  |  head  : 
10  They  shall  objtain  joy  j  and  j  gladness; 

And  sorrow  and  sighing  shall  j  flee  ajway.  Is.  li.  7. 


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"|  AC)  (^  OD  is  not  a  man,  that  He  should  ]  lie  ; 

VT  Neither  the  son  of  man,  that  |  He  ■  should  rejpent 

2  Hath  He  said,  and  shall  He  not  |  do  ? 

Or  hath  He  spoken,  and  shall  He  not  j  make  it  |  good  ? 

3  Behold,  I  have  received  command  to  |  bless  ; 
And  He  hath  Messed,  and  I  can; not  re | verse  it. 

4  He  hath  not  beheld  iniquity  in  |  Jacob  ; 
Neither  hath  He  seen  per |  verse 'ness  in  |  Is'rael. 

5  The  Lord  his  God  is  |  with  him, 

And  the  shout  of  a  J  king  is  ajmong  them. 

6  God  brought  them  out  of  |  Egypt : 

He  hath  as  it  were  the  |  strength  *  of  an  |  u'nicorn. 

7  Surely  there  is  no  enchantment  against  |  Jacob  ; 
Neither  is  there  any  divination  a  I  gainst  j  Is'rael. 

8  According  to  this  time  it  shall  be  said  of  j  Jacob, 
And  of  Israel,  |  What  hath  j  God  wrought  ? 

9  Behold,  the  people  shall  rise  up  as  a  great  |  lion, 
And  lift  up  himself  as  a  |  young  j  lion  : 

10  He  shall  not  lie  down  until  he  eat  of  the  |  prey, 

And  drink  the  |  blood  I  of  '  the  slain.  Num.  xxiii.  19. 


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14]  piVE  the  king  thy 

\T  And  thy  |  righteousness  |  to  the  •  king's  |  son. 

2  He  shall  judge  thy  people  with  |  righteousness, 
And  thy  j  poor  |  with  |  judgment. 

3  The  mountains  shall  bring  j  peace  ■  to  the  |  people, 
And  the  little  |  hills  by  j  righteous  !ness. 

4  He  shall  judge  the  |  poor  "  of  the  \  people,  [opjpressor. 
He  shall  save  the  children  of  the  |  needy,  and  |  crush  "  the 

5  They  shall  fear  Thee  while  sun  and  |  moon  en  |  dure, 
Through  |  out  all  |  gener|ations. 

6  He  shall  come  down  like  rain  up  on  the  ■  mown  |  grass  ; 
As  I  showers  that  |  water  the  I  earth. 


In  his  days  shall  the  |  righteous  j  flourish, 
And  abundance  of  I  peace  ■  till  the  |  moon 
He  shall  have  dominion  also  from  |  sea  to  | 
And  from  the  river  I  to  the  I  ends  *  of  the  I 


be  no 
sea  ; 
earth. 


more. 


Ps.  lxxii. 


"M  9  TTEA,  all  kings  shall  bow  |  down  to  |  him  ; 
X    All  |  nations  j  shall  |  serve  him  : 

2  For  he  shall  deliver  the  needy  j  when  he  |  crieth  : 
The  poor  also,  and  |  him  that  |  hath  no  |  helper. 

3  He  shall  spare  the  |  poor  and  |  needy, 
And  shall  |  save  the  |  souls  '  of  the  |  needy. 

4  He  shall  redeem  their  soul  from  deceit  and  |  vio|lence 
And  precious  shall  their  |  blood  be  |  in  his  |  sight. 


5  And  I  he  shall  j  live 
And  to  him  shall  be 


given  of  the  |  gold  of  |  Sheba 


PEOPHECY  AND   PKOMISE. 


109 


6  Prayer  also  shall  be  made  for  Mm  con|tin'ualjly  ; 
And  |  daily  shall    lie  be  |  praised. 

7  There  shall  be  an  handful  of  j  corn  ■  in  the  |  earth, 
Up 'on  the  |  top  "  of  the  !  mountains  : 

8  The  fruit  thereof  shall  shake  like  |  Lebanon  ;  [earth. 
And  they  of  the  city  shall    nourish  like  |  grass  "  of  the  i 

9  His  name  shall  en  |  dure  for  |  ever  : 

His  name  shall  be  conjtin'ued  as  i  long  ■  as  the  ]  sun : 

10  And  they  shall  be  [  blessed  in  j  him  ; 
All  |  nations  shall  |  call  him  j  blessed. 

11  Blessed  be  the  Lord  God,  the  God  of  |  Israjel, 
Who  only  j  doeth  |  wondrous  j  things  : 

12  And  blessed  be  his  glorious  j  name  for  ever  ; 

And  let  the  whole  j  earth  be  j  filled  '  with  his  |  glory. 

Ps.  lxxii.  11. 


*  This  note  is  sung  only  when  two  syllables  fall  to  this  measure. 


1  4-^  TJ  ^W  &°0(Hy  are  thy  tents,  O  |  Jacob  ; 
X^°  H  Thy  tabernacles,  |  O  |  Is'rael. 

2  As  the  valleys  are  they  |  spread  forth, 
As  gardens  |  by  the  j  river's  side. 

3  As  the  trees  of  lign-aloes  which  the  Lord  hath  |  planted, 
As  cedar  trees  be  J  side  the  |  waters. 

4  He  shall  pour  the  water  out  of  his  |  buckets  ; 
And  his  seed  shall  be  in  |  many  J  waters  : 

5  And  his  king  shall  be  higher  than  |  Agag  ; 
And  his  kingdom  shall  |  be  ex|alted. 

6  God  brought  him  forth  out  of  |  Egypt : 

He  hath  as  it  were  the  |  strength  •  of  an  |  u'nicorn. 

7  He  shall  eat  up  the  nations  his  |  en'emies  ; 

And  break  their  bones,  and  pierce  them  |  with  his  j  arrows. 

8  He  couched,  he  lay  down  as  a  |  lion, 

And  as  a  great  lion  ;  |  who  shall  [  stir  *  him  up  ? 

9  Blessed  is  he  that  blesseth  |  thee  ; 

And  cursed  is  I  he  that  I  curs'eth  thee.  Num.  xxiv.  5. 


110  SELECTIONS  AND   CHANTS. 

CXXXV. 


1  4-4-  (^  ^"^  ear>  0  ye  neavens,  and  |  I  will  |  speak  ; 

IT  And  hear,  0  |  earth,  the  |  words  '  of  my  |  mouth. 

2  My  doctrine  shall  |  drop  *  as  the  |  rain  ; 
My  j  speech  ■  shall  disjtil  ■  as  the  j  dew  ; 

3  As  the  small  rain  upon  the  |  tender  j  herb, 
And  as  the  j  showers  up  J  on  the  |  grass  : 

4  Because  I  will  publish  the  |  name  '  of  the  |  Lord  : 
Ascribe  ye  |  greatness  |  to  our  |  God. 

5  He  is  the  Rock,  his  |  work  is  |  perfect ; 
For  |  all  his  |  ways  are  [  judgment : 

6  A  God  of  truth,  and  without  injiqui|ty  ; 
Both  |  just  and  |  right  is  |  He. 

7  They  have  corrupted  them  I  selves  : 

Their  spot  is  |  not  the  |  spot  *  of  his  |  children  : 

8  They  |  are  '  a  per  j  verse 

And  a  |  crooked  |  generjation. 

9  Do  ye  thus  re  |  quite  the  |  Lord, 
0  foolish  |  people  |  and  unjwise? 

10  Is  not  He  thy  |  father  that  hath  |  bought  thee  ? 
Hath  He  not  |  made  thee,  and  established  |  thee? 

Deut.  xxxii. 


PROPHECY   A2sD   PROMISE. 


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J\.  They  shall  raise  up  the  |  former  |  deso|lations  : 

2  And  they  shall  re  | pair  the  '  waste  |  cities, 
The  desolations  of  |  many  |  generations. 

3  And  strangers  shall  stand,  and  |  feed  your  |  flocks  ; 

And  the  sons  of  the  alien  shall  be  your  ploughmen  |  and 
your  |  vine- 1  dressers. 

4  But  ye  shall  be  named  the  |  priests  ■  of  the  |  Loud  : 
They  shall  call  you  the  |  minis 'ters  j  of  our  |  God. 

5  Ye  shall  eat  of  the  |  riches  of  the  |  Gentiles  ; 
And  in  their  |  glory  shall  ye  |  boast  your  |  selves. 

6  For  your  shame  ye  shall  re|ceive  |  double  ; 

And  for  confusion  they  shall  re|joice  |  in  their  |  portion. 

7  Therefore  in  their  land  they  shall  pos|sess  the  |  double  : 
Everlasting  |  joy  shall  |  be  *  unto  |  them. 

8  For  I  the  Lord  |  love  j  judgment : 

I  hate  |  robbery  |  for  burnt- 1  offering. 

9  And  I  will  direct  their  |  work  in  |  truth  ; 

And  I  will  make  an  everlasting  |  covenant  |  with  them. 

10  And  their  seed  shall  be  |  known  a'mong  the  |  nations, 
And  their  |  off 'spring  ajmong  the  |  people. 

11  All  thai  see  them  shall  ac [knowledge  |  them, 
That  they  are  the  |  seed  the  |  Lord  hath  |  blessed. 

Is.  lxi.  4. 


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1  4-fi  T^HOU  dost  visit  the  earth,  and  |  water  |  it ; 

X   Thou  greatly  enrichest  it  with  the  river  of  |  God,  which 
is  I  full  of  |  water. 

2  Thou  dost  pre|pare  them  |  corn, 
When  Thou  hast  |  so  pro|vided  |  for  it. 

3  Thou  waterest  the  ridges  thereof  a|bundant|ly  ; 
Thou  |  set'tlest  the  |  furrows  there  |  of. 

4  Thou  niakest  it  |  soft  with  j  showers  ; 
Thou  |  blessest  the  |  springing  there  | of. 

5  Thou  crownest  the  |  year  ■  with  thy  |  goodness  ; 
And  thy  |  paths  |  drop  |  fatness  : 

6  They  drop  upon  the  pastures  of  the  |  wilder  |ness  ; 
And  the  little  hills  rejjoice  on  |  every  j  side. 

7  The  pastures  are  |  clothed  with  |  flocks  : 

The  valleys  also  are  |  covered  |  over  with  |  corn  : 

8  They  |  shout  for  |  joy  : 

They  j  do  |  also  |  sing.  Ps.  lxv.  9. 


CXXXVIII. 


14-7  TT"^  sen^e^n  forth  I  springs  into  |  brooks  : 
.IX  They  |  run  ajinong  the  |  mountains. 

2  They  give  drink  to  every  |  beast  *  of  the  |  field  : 
The  wild  |  asses  |  quench  their  j  thirst. 

3  By  them  shall  the  fowls  of  the  |  heavens  |  dwell 
They  shall  |  sing  ajmong  the  |  branches. 


DESCRIPTIVE. 


113 


4  He  wateretli  the  mountains  '  from  his  I  chambers  : 
The  earth  is    filled  '  with  the    fruit '  of  thy  j  -works. 

5  He  causeth  the  grass  to    grow  ■  for  the  j  cattle, 
And    herb  for  the    service  of    man  : 

6  That  He  may  bring  forth  food    out  ■  of  the  |  earth  ; 
And  wine  that  maketk    glad  the    heart  of    man  : 

7  With  oil  to  make  his    face  to    shine, 

And  bread  which  doth  sus  tain  the    heart  of  |  man 

8  Bless  thou  the  Lord,     0  my    soul : 

Halle  lu  j  ah  :    Praise  ye  the  j  Lord.  Ps.  civ.  10. 

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2  And  comprehended  the  dust  of  the    earth    in  a    measure  ? 
And  weighed  the  mountains  in  |  scales,  and  the  \  hills  *  in  a  | 

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3  Who  hath  directed  the    Spirit    of  the  '  Lord  ? 
Or,  being  his    counsel  lor,  hath    taught  Him? 

4  With  whom  took  He  counsel,  and    who  in  struct ed  |  Him  ? 
And  taught  Him    in  the    path  of    judgment  ? 

5  And    taught    Him    knowledge  ? 

And  showed  unto  Him  the    way  of    under  standing  ? 

6  Behold,  the  nations  are  as  a    drop  |  of  a    bucket  ; 
And  are  counted  as  the    small  j  dust  of  the    balance. 

7  Behold,  He    taketh    up  the  |  isles 
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8  And  Lebanon  is  :  not  suf  ficient  to     burn, 

Xor  the  beasts  thereof  sufficient    for  a    burnt -'offering. 

9  All  nations  be  fore  Him    are  as    nothing  ; 

And  they  are  counted  to   Him    less  than    nothing,  and  \ 
10  To  whom  then    will  ye  '  liken    God  ?  [vanity. 

Or  what  likeness  \  will  ■  ve  com  pare  unto  I  Him  ? 

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"1  J.Q  T^O  whom  then  will  ye  |  liken  |  Me, 
0  JL   Or  shall  I  be  equal  ?  saith  the  |  Holy 

2  Lift  up  your  eyes  round  a  bout  and  •  see, 
Who  hath  crelated  !  these  ? 


One. 


3  That  bringeth  out  their  |  host  by  |  number  : 
He  calleth  them  j  all  by  |  names  ; 

4  By  the  greatness  of  bis  power,   and  the  |  might  of  his  \ 
Not  I  one  doth  |  fail.  [strength, 

5  Why  sayest  \  thou,  0  |  Jacob, 
And  speakest,  O  |  Isra|el. 

6  My  way  is  j  hid  ■  from  the  |  Lord, 

And  my  judgment  is  passed  over  |  from  my  '  God? 

7  Hast  thou  not  known  ?  hast  i  thou  not  |  heard  ? 
That  the  everlasting  J  God,  the  |  Lord, 

8  The  Creator  of  the  ends  of  the  earth,  fainteth  not,  |  neither 

is  I  weary? 
There  is  no  searching  of  his  |  under  |  standing. 

9  He  giveth  |  power  to  the  ]  faint ;    . 

And  to  them  that  have  no  might  He  in  creaseth  |  strength. 

10  Even  the  youths  shall  |  faint  ■  and  be  |  weary, 
And  the  young  men  shall  I  ut'terly  |  fall. 

11  But  they  that  wait  for  the  Lord  !  shall  re -new  |  strength  ; 
They  shall  mount  up  Avith  |  wings  as  |  eagles  ; 

12  They  shall  run,  and  |  not  be  I  weary  ; 

They  shall  |  walk,  and  not  |  faint.  Is.  xl.  25. 


DESCRIPTIVE. 


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I  5Q  pRAISE  the  Lord,  0  Jeirusa'lem  : 

I  Praise    thou  thy  j  God,  O  |  Zion. 

2  For  He  hath  strengthened  the    bars  ■  of  thy  [  gates  ; 
He  hath  j  blessed  thy    children  with  in  thee. 

3  He  niaketh  thy    border    peace  : 

He  filleth  thee  with  the    finest  |  of  the  |  wheat. 

4  He  sendeth  forth  his  commandment  j  to  the  |  earth  : 
His  word    runneth  I  very    swiftly 

5  He  giveth    snow  like    wool : 

He  |  scatter -eth  the  |  hoar  ■  frost  like  '.  ashes. 

6  He  casteth  forth  his    ice  like  '  morsels  : 
Who  can  ,  stand  be  fore  his  |  cold? 

7  He  sendeth  out  his  word,  and  |  melteth  [  them  : 
He  causeth  his  wind  to  j  blow  ;  the  j  waters  [  flow. 

8  He  declareth  his    word  unto    Jacob, 

His  statutes  and  his  ;  judg-ments  to  |  Isra  el. 

9  He  hath  not  dealt  so  with  |  any  |  nation  : 

And  his    judg-ments,  they  |  have  not    known  them. 

Praise  ye  the    Lord.  Ps.  cxlvii.  12. 


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JL   Who  is  so  great  a  |  god  as  |  God  ? 
Thou  art  the  |  God  that  [  doest  |  wonders. 

2  Thou  hast  declared  thy  strength  a|mong  the  |  people  : 
Thou  hast  with  thine  arm  re  |  deemed  thy  |  people, 
The  sons  of  |  Jacob  |  and  of  |  Joseph. 

3  The  waters  |  saw  ■  Thee,  O  j  God  ; 

The  waters  saw  Thee  ;  they  j  were  a|fraid  : 
The  |  depths  were  |  also  |  troubled. 

4  The  clouds  |  poured  out  |  water ; 
The  skies  sent  |  out  a  |  sound  : 
Thine  arrows  |  also  |  went  a  |  broad. 

5  The  voice  of  thy  thunder  was  |  in  the  |  whirlwind ; 
Thy  lightnings  |  lightened  the  |  world  ; 

The  |  earth  did  |  tremble  and  |  shake. 

6  Thy  way  is  |  in  the  |  sea  ; 

And  thy  path  in  |  many  |  waters  ; 
And  thy  |  footsteps  |  are  not  |  known. 

7  Thou  didst  |  lead  thy  |  people, 
Like  |  un'to  a  |  flock, 

By  the  hand  of  |  Moses  |  and  of  |  Aaron.        Ps.  lxxvii.  13. 


152  PRAISE  waiteth  for  Thee,  ( 
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God,  in  |  Zion  ; 
Thee  shall  the  |  vow  be  per |  formed. 


2  O  Thou  that  |  hearest  |  prayer, 
Unto  I  Thee  shall  I  all  flesh  I  come. 


DESCRIPTIVE. 


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3  Iniquities  pre 'vail  a 'gainst  me  : 

Our  transgressions,  |  Thou  slialt  I  purge  *  them  a|way. 

4  Blessed  is  the  man  whom  I  Thou  dost  I  choose, 

And  cause  to  approach,  that  |  he  may    dwell  ■  in  thy  |  courts. 

5  We  shall  be  satisfied  with  the  goodness  |  of  thy  j  house, 
Even  of  |  thy  |  holy  j  temple. 

6  By  terrible  things  in  righteousness  wilt  Thou  j  answer  |  us, 
O  |  God  of  j  our  sal  vation: 

7  The  confidence  of  all  the  ,  ends  '  of  the  f  earth, 
And  of  them  that  are  afar  j  off  up  on  the  I  sea. 

8  Who  by  his  strength  setteth  j  fast  the  j  mountains, 
Being  |  girded  j  with  j  power. 

9  Who  stilleth  the  noise  of  the  seas,  the  |  noise  '  of  their  | 

waves, 
And  the  |  tumult  |  of  the  [  people. 

10  They  also  that  dwell  in  the  uttermost  parts  are  ajfraid  ■  at 
thy  j  tokens  ; 
Thou  makest  the  outgoings  of  the  morning  and  |  evening  | 
to  rejjoice.  Ps.  lxv. 

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_L   The  Lord  is  clothed  with  |  strength,  He  hath  |  girded 

2  The  world  also  |  is  established,  [Him  j  self. 
That  it  |  can  not  be  |  moved. 

3  Thy  throne  is  established  of  j  old  : 
Thou  '  art  from  |  ever  pasting. 

4  The  floods  have  lifted  j  up,  0  !  Lord  ; 

1  The  floods  have  lifted  j  up  their  |  voice  ; 
The  floods  j  shall  lift  |  up  their  |  waves. 

5  Than  the  voices  of    many  j  waters, 
1Than  the  mighty  j  waves  '  of  the  |  sea, 

Mightier  j  is  the  !  Lord  on  |  high. 

6  Thy  testimonies  are  I  very  |  sure  : 

Holiness  becometh  thine  j  house,  0  |  Lord,  for  |  ever. 

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For  it  is  good  to  sing  |  praises  to  our  |  God  ; 
For  it  is  j  pleasant ;  and  |  praise  is  |  comely. 

2  The  Lord  doth  build  up  Je  rusa|lem  : 

He  gathereth  together  the  j  outcasts  of  |  Isra|el. 

3  He  healeth  the  |  broken  in  j  heart, 
And  |  bindeth  j  up  their  |  wounds. 

4  He  telleth  the  [  number  of  the  |  stars  : 
He  calleth  them  |  all  |  by  their  J  names. 

5  Great  is  our  Lord,  and  |  great  in  |  power  : 
His  understanding  is  j  infinite. 

6  The  Lord  lifteth  |  up  the  |  meek  • 

He  casteth  the  |  wicked  |  down  ■  to  the  |  ground. 

7  Sing  unto  the  Lord  with  |  thanks|giving  : 
Sing  praise  upon  the  |  harp  |  unto  our  |  God  ; 

8  Who  covereth  the  |  heaven  with  j  clouds ; 
Who  prepareth  |  rain  |  for  the  |  earth  : 

9  Who  |  mak'eth  the  |  grass 

To  |  grow  up  |  on  the  |  mountains. 


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10  He  giveth  to  the  |  beast  his  |  food, 

To  the  young  |  ravens  |  which  do  |  cry. 

11  He  delighteth  not  in  the  |  strength  •  of  the  |  horse  : 
He  taketh  not  |  pleasure  in  the  |  legs  •  of  a  |  man. 

12  The  Lord  taketh  pleasure  in  |  them  that  |  fear  Him, 
In  those  that  |  hope  |  in  his  |  mercy. 

Praise  ye  the  |  Lord.  Ps.  cxlvii. 


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Jj_  In  wisdom  |  hast  Thou  |  made  them  |  all. 

2  The  earth  is  |  full  '  of  thy  |  riches  ; 
So  is  this  |  great  and  |  wide  |  sea  : 

3  Wherein  are  creeping  j  things  *  without  |  number ; 
Both  j  small  and  |  great  j  beasts. 

4  There  go  the  ships,  and  that  le]  via 'than, 
Which  Thou  hast  |  ma'de  to  |  play  there  |  in. 

5  These  wait  |  all  upon  |  Thee, 

That  Thou  mayest  |  give  their  |  food  '  in  its  |  season. 

6  Thou  givest  them  ;  |  they  do  |  gather  : 

Thou  openest  thine  hand  ;  j  they  are  |  filled  with  |  good. 

7  Thou  hidest  thy  face  ;  j  they  are  |  troubled  : 

Thou  takest  away  their  breath ;  they  |  die,  and  re | turn  * 
their  I  dust. 

8  Thou  sendest  forth  thy  spirit ;  they  |  are  cre|ated  : 

And  Thou  dost  re[new  the  [  face  *  of  the  |  ground 

9  Bless  thou  the  Lord,  |  0  my  j  soul  ; 

Hallejlujah  ■.  j  Praise  ye  |  the  Lord.  Ps.  civ.  24. 


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Happy  is  he  that  hath  the  God  of  Jacob  |  for  his  \  help, 
Whose  hope  is  j  in  the  |  Lord  his  j  God. 

2  Who  made  |  heaven  and  |  earth, 
The  sea,  and  |  all  that  |  is  there  {in. 

3  Who  keepeth  |  truth  for  I  ever : 

Who  executeth  ;  judgment  |  for  *  the  op  [pressed  : 

4  Who  giveth  !  food  ■  to  the  ;  hungry  : 
The  Lord  |  looseth  the  ;  prison, ers  : 

5  The  Lord  openeth  the  !  eyes  '  of  the  I  blind  : 

The  Lord  raiseth  |  them  :  that  are  j  bowed  |  down  : 

6  The  Lord  |  loveth  the  [  righteous  : 

The  Lord  \  doth  pre  serve  the  J  strangers  : 

7  He  relieveth  the  fatherless  !  and  the  \  widow  : 

But  the  way  of  the  I  wicked  He  I  maketh  j  crooked. 


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8  The  Lord  shall  j  reign  for  |  ever, 
Thy  God,  0  Zion,  to  j  all  generations. 
Praise  ye  the  |  Lord. 

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_D  O  Lord  my  i  God,  Thou  art  |  very  J  great : 

Thou  art  clothed  "with  |  honor  and  |  majesty. 

Who  coverest  Thyself  with  |  light  |  as  a  |  garment  : 

Who  stretchest  out  the  |  heavens  like  a  |  curtain  : 

Who  layeth  the  beams  of  his  j  chambers  |  in  the  |  waters  : 

Who  maketh  the  |  clouds  his  |  chariot : 
Who  goeth  upon  |  wings  j  of  the  |  wind : 

Who  maketh  I  spirits  his  '  angels, 
The  naming  1  fire  his  |  minis  ters. 

He  hath  founded  the  earth  upjon  its  |  bases  : 
That  it  should  not  be  re  moved  j  for  |  ever. 

Thou  coveredst  it  with  the  !  deep  •  as  a  [  garment  : 
The  waters  ]  stood  ajbove  the  |  mountains. 

At  thy  rejbuke  they  |  flee  : 

At  the  voice  of  thy  |  thun-der  they  |  hasten  a  J  way. 

The  mountains  rise,  the  i  valleys  go  |  down 

Unto  the  place  which  j  Thou  hast  |  founded  j  for  them. 

Thou  hast  set  a  bound  which  they  |  may  not  |  pass  ; 
That  they  may  not  re  j  turn  to  |  cover  the  |  earth. 

Bless  thou  the  Lord,  |  O  my  |  soul  : 

Halle  jlujah  :  |  Praise  ye  the  j  Lord.  Ps.  civ. 


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158  W"E  have  tnought  of  thJ 

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kindness,  0  |  God, 
thy  |  temple. 


2  According  to  thy  I  name,  0  j  God, 

So  is  thy  |  praise  to  the  |  ends  of  the  I  earth  : 

3  Thy  right  hand  is  full  of  |  righteous  \  ness. 
Mount  j  Zion  j  shall  rc'joice, 

4  The  daughters  of  |  Judah  shall  be  |  glad, 
Be | cause  of  j  thy  |  judgments. 

5  Walk  about  Zion,  and  go  |  round  a | bout  her  : 
Tell  |  ye  the  |  towers  there, of  : 

6  Mark  ye  |  well  her  \  bulwarks  ; 
Conjsider  her  |  pala|ces  : 

7  That  |  ye  may  |  tell  it 

To  the  generation  |  follow  ling  : 

8  For  this  God  is  our  God  fori  ever  and  |  ever  : 

He  will  be  our  |  guide  |  unto  j  death.  Ps.  xlviii.  9. 


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159  T^E  earth  is  the  Load's,  and  the  I  fulness  there|of ; 
JL   The  world,  and  |  they  that  |  dwell  there] in. 

2  For  He  hath  founded  it  up|on  the  |  seas, 
And  established  it  upjon  the  |  floods. 


DESCRIPTIVE. 


123 


3  Who  shall  ascend  into  the    mountain  of  the    Lord  '? 
Or  who  shall  |  stand  "  in  his    holy    place  ? 


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5  He  shall  receive    blessing  from  the    Loud, 

And  righteousness  from  the     God  of  his  salivation. 

6  This  is  the  generation  of  I  them  that  |  seek  Him, 
That  seek  thy  ]  face,  0  |  Jacob. 


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And  be  ye  lifted  up,  ye  ever  lasting  1  doors  ; 
And  the  King  of    glory    shall  come  |  in. 

8  Who  is  this    King  of    glory  ? 
The  Lord    strong  and    mighty, 
The    Lord    might  *y  in    battle. 

9  Lift  up  your  heads,  |  O  ye  j  gates  ; 
Even  lift  up,  ye  ever  lasting  i  doors  ; 
And  the  King  of  |  glory    shall  come    in. 

10  Who  is  this  ]  King  of    glory  2 
The  !  Lord  of    Hosts, 
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The  city  of  |  our  so]lemni|ties. 

2  Thine  eyes  shall  see  Jerusalem  a  quiet  |  habitation, 
A  tabernacle  that  shall  |  not  be  j  taken  |  down. 

3  Not  one  of  the  stakes  thereof  shall  ever  |  be  re  j  moved, 
Neither  shall  any  of  the  |  cords  there |  of  be  |  broken. 

4  But  there  the  glorious  Lord  shall  |  be  unto  |  us 
A  place  of  |  broad  |  rivers  and  |  streams  ; 

5  Wherein  shall  go  no  I  galley  with  j  oars, 
Neither  shall  gallant  |  ship  |  pass  there  j  by. 

6  For  the  Lord  j  is  our  j  Judge 
The  Lord  |  is  our  |  Law  |  giver, 


7  The  Lord  |  is  our  |  King, 
He  I  will  I  save  I  us. 


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ness |  of  his  |  strength. 

I  that  speak  in  |  righteousness  \  mighty  to  |  save. 


DESCRIPTIVE. 


125 


2  Wherefore  art  thou  red  in  |  thine  apjparel, 

xAnd  thy  garments  like  him  that  treadeth  |  in  the  |  wine- vat  ? 
I  have  trodden  the  wine-press  alone,  and  of  the  people  |  there 
was  |  none  with  |  me. 

3  For  the  day  of  vengeance  is  |  in  mine  |  heart, 
And  the  year  of  (  my  re  j  deemed  is  |  come. 

4  And  I  looked  and  there  was  |  none  to  |  help  ; 

*And  I  wondered  that  there  was  |  none  to  up  |  hold  ; 
Therefore  mine  own  arm  brought  salvation  unto  Me,  and 
my  |  fury  |  it  up  |  held  Me. 


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5  I  will  mention  the  loving  kindness  |  of  the  |  Lord  ; 
And  the  |  praises  |  of  the  |  Lord  : 

G  According  to  all  that  the  Lord  hath  be  |  stowed  on  |  us  : 
And  the  great  goodness  toward  the  |  house  of  |  Isra|el, 

7  Which  He  hath  bestowed  on  them  according  |  to  his  [  mercies  ; 
And  according  to  the  multitude  j  of  his  |  loving  |  kindnesses. 

8  For  He  said  surely  they  are  my  people,  children  that  j  will 

not  j  lie  : 
So  I  He  I  was  their  I  Saviour. 


9  In  all  their  affliction  |  He  was  af  |flicted  ; 

And  the  angel  |  of  his  I  presence  |  saved  them. 

10  In  his  love  and  in  his  pity  j  He  re  |  deemed  them, 

And  He  bare  them  and  carried  them  |  all  the  |  days  of  |  old. 

Is.  lxiii. 


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162  ~DEH0LD>  mY  servant 
_D  He  shall  be  ex  alted 


shall  deal  |  prudently, 
and  ex  j  tolled  ; 

2  And  shall  be  \  very  j  high  ; 

As  many  |  were  as  tonished  [  at  thee  : 

3  His  visage  was  so  marred,  more  than  |  any  |  man, 
And  his  form  |  more  "  than  the  |  sons  of  |  men  : 

4  So  shall  he  sprinkle  |  many  [  nations  ; 

The  kings  shall    shut  their  \  mouths  |  at  him  : 

5  For  that  which  had  not  been  told  them  |  shall  they  |  see  ; 
And  that  which  they  had  not  j  heard  shall  |  they  conjsider. 

II. 

6  Who  hath  be|lieved  our  re |  port  ? 

And  to  whom  is  the  |  arm  *  of  the  |  Lord  re|vealed? 

7  For  he  shall  grow  up  before  Him  as  a  |  tender  j  plant, 
And  as  a  |  root  out  |  of  a  •  dry  |  ground. 

8  He  hath  no  |  form  nor  |  comeliness  : 
xAnd  |  when  we  shall  |  see  him, 

There  is  no  |  beauty  that  |  we  '  should  del  sire  him. 

9  He  is  despised  and  rejected  of  J  men  ; 

A  man  of  |  sorrows,  and  acquainted  with  |  grief. 

10  And  we  hid  as  it  were  our  |  faces  |  from  him : 
He  was  despised,  and  |  we  es| teemed  him  |  not. 

III. 

11  Surely  he  hath  |  borne  our  \  griefs, 
And  |  carried  I  our  |  sorrows. 

12  Yet  we  did  es'teem  him  I  stricken  ; 
Smitten  of  |  God,  |  and  af  jflicted. 

13  But  he  was  wounded  for  \  our  transgressions, 
He  was  j  bruised  for  |  our  in  iquities. 

14  The  chastisement  of  our  |  peace  was  up|on  him  ; 
And  with  [  his  stripes  |  we  are  j  healed. 

15  All  we  like  sheep  have  1  gone  a  stray  ; 

We  have  turned  every  j  one  to  his  |  own  |  way  : 


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16  And  the  Lord  hath    laid  on    him 
The  in  iqui'ty    of  us  |  all. 


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IT  He  was  oppressed,  and    he  '  was  af  flicted, 
Yet  he    opened    not  his    mouth. 

18  He  is  brought  as  a    lamb  "  to  the    slaughter  ; 
xAnd  as  a  sheep  before  her    shearers  is    dumb, 

So  he    openeth    not  his    mouth. 

19  He  was  taken  from    prison  and  from    judgment : 
And  who  shall  de  clare  his    gener  ation. 

20  For  he  was  cut  off  out  of  the    land  ■  of  the    living  : 
For  the  transgression  of  my    people    was  he    stricken. 

21  And  he  made  his    grave  "  with  the    wicked, 
And  with  the    rich    in  his    death  : 

22  Because  he  had  |  done  no    violence  ; 
Xeither  was  de  ceit    in  his    mouth. 

23  Yet  it  pleased  the    Lord  to    bruise  him  : 
He  hath    put    him  to    grief. 

24  When  thou  shalt  make  his  soul  a    trespass-  offering, 
He  shall  see  his  seed,  he    shall  pro  long  his  !  days  ; 

25  And  the  j  pleasure  of  the    Lord 
Shall    prosper    in  his  |  hand. 

26  He  shall  see  of  the    travail  of  his    soul, 
And    shall  be    satis  fied. 

27  By  his  knowledge  shall  my  just  servant    justi'fy    many  ; 
For  he  shall    bear  ■  their  in  iqui  ties. 

28  Therefore  will  I  divide  him  a    portion  with  the    great ; 
And  he  shall  divide  the    spoil    with  the    strong  : 

29  Because  he  hath  poured  out  his    soul  unto    death  : 
And  he  was    numbered    with  the  ■  trans  gressors  : 

30  And  he  bare  the    sin  of    many, 

And  made  inter  cession    for  the  ■  trans  gressors. 

Is.  lii.  13-15,  and  liii. 


128  SELECTIONS   AND    CHARTS. 

CLVIII. 


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163  A  RISE'  °  LoRD>  I into  thy  I rest ; 

JUL  Thou  and  the  j  ark  |  of  thy  |  strength. 


2  Let  thy  priests  be  clothed  with 
And  let  thy  j  saints  |  shout  for 


righteous  |  ness; 

joy. 


3  For  thy  servant  |  David's  |  sake, 

Turn  not  away  the  |  face  of  |  thine  an|ointed. 

4  The  Lord  hath  sworn  in  |  truth  unto  j  David  ; 
He  |  will  not  |  turn  |  from  it ; 

5  Of  the  fruit  of  thy  body  will  I  set  uplon  thy  |  throne. 
If  thy  |  children  will  |  keep  my  |  covenant; 

C  And  my  testimony  that  |  I  shall  |  teach  them, 

Their  children  also  shall  sit  upon  thy  |  throne  for  |  ever|more. 

7  For  the  Lord  hath  |  chosen  |  Zion  : 

He  hath  desired  it  I  for  his  |  habitation. 

8  This  is  my  j  rest  for  j  ever  : 

Here  will  I  |  dwell ;  for  |  I  •  have  de|  sired  it. 

9  I  will  abundantly  |  bless  *  her  pro | vision  : 
Her  poor  will  I  |  satis) fy  with  |  bread. 

10  I  will  also  clothe  her  |  priests  *  with  sal|vation  ; 
And  her  saints  shall  |  shout  a|loud  for  |  joy 

11  There  will  I  make  the  horn  of  |  David  to  |  bud  : 
I  have  ordained  a  |  lamp  for  |  mine  an  jointed. 

12  His  enemies  will  I  |  clothe  with  |  shame  ; 
But  upon  him |  self  his  |  crown  shall  |  flourish. 

Ps.  cxxxii.  8. 


ANTHEMS. 


CHANT  ANTHEM  I. 
Ps.  i. 


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CHANT  ANTHEM  Y. 
Ps.  cxix.  73. 


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142 


ANTHEMS. 


judgments  are  justice  ;  And  that  Thou  in  faithfulness 


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hast     af  -   flict   -   ed     me. 


(Let,   I  pray  Thee,  thy) 
|     merciful  kind  -  ness ) 


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be    for  my  com-fort,   According  to  thy  word  to    thy 


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ser    -    vant.     Let  thy  tender  mercies  come  unto  me,  that 

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I      may     live ;     For  thy    law     is 

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my     de  -  light. 


<5>- 


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s — : 


CHANT   ANTHEMS. 


143 


fetE 


m 


mm 

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j  Let  the  proud  be  ashamed  ;  for  they )       , 
(     dealt  perversely  with  me  with  -    -  j" 


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tate 

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in 


thy 


pre 


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cepts. 


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22: 


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Let  those  that  fear  Thee  turn    to 


me, 


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m 


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144 


ANTHEMS. 


CHANT  ANTHEM  VI. 
Ps.  xlii. 


-«>- 


■&— 


'ZX 


— <&- 


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x — ^ 


-(»- 


3t 


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is: 


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As  the  hart  panteth  for  the    brooks  of         wa  -  ter, 


1= 


id? 


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d=q= 


So  panteth  my         soul 


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far 


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pear  be  -  fore  God  I  |  "^^T^  |  day  and  night ; 


WpF 


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lUi 


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CHANT  ANTHEMS. 


145 


L 


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fit 


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^  ^L      tfL 


While  tli ey  continually  say  unto  me,  Where  is    thy    God 


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When  I  re  -  member  these  things, 

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2 


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pour    out  mv 


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g — gg — r 


■752- 


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soul  with  -  in  me.    For  I  had  gone  with  the  mul-ti  -  tude  ; 

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I  went  with  them  to  the  house  of    God,    With  the  voice  of 


19- 


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joy  and  praise,  With  a  mul-  ti-  tude  that  kept  a  fes-ti-val. 


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146 


ANTHEMS. 


Why  art  thou  cast  down,    O  niy  soul  ?  And  why  art  thou  dis- 


m, 


m 


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is: 


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tk 


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qui  -  et 


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M-JL—Q 


ed    with  -  in 


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me? 


b> — 


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Hope  thou  in  God,  for  I 

(2. p—p—(2 fi—p- 


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shall    yet    praise  Him ;    Hope  thou  in    God,    for     I 

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shall  yet  praise  Him,  For  the  help  of  his  coun  -  te-nance 

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For  the  help,  for  the  help,  for  the  help  of  his  countenance. 


CHANT   ANTHEMS. 


147 


CHANT   ANTHEM   VII. 
Ps.  lxxxv. 


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27" 


Thou  hast  been  favorable,  O  Lord,     to 


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thy    land ; 


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2? ;|!5- 


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2?" 


ty      of    Jacob. 


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& — 

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Thou  hast  forgiven  the  iniquity  of    thy  people  ;    Thou  hast 


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148 


ANTHEMS. 


.1  <s»    zr 


==£: 


— <S*- 


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— d — ?»3 


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F=" 


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Restore  us,  0  God  of  our  sal  -  va-tion,  And  turn  a  -  way  thine 


m 


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an-ger  from  us.  Wilt  Thou  be  angry  with  us    for     ev  -  er  ? 


hffrg- 


■w- 


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— if* 

Wilt  Thou  prolong  thine  anger  to  all      gen  -  er  -  a  -  tions  ? 


J2&- 


-£: 


->- 


&—?— 


19- 


m 


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Wilt  Thou  not  re  -  vive    us     a  -   gain,    That  thy  people 


J2- 


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may    re  -    joice  in      Thee?      Make  us  to  see  thy  mercy, 


-& T— /$» 


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=S! 


I^CZI 


h*= 


CHANT  ANTHEMS. 


149 


=t 


J&L 


0. 


#=^ 


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■«- 


-<»- 


I2fe 


^ 


-£2. 


Lord, 

jS2_ 


is: 


And  grant  us     thy    sal  -  va  -  tion. 

-(2 *2_ 


^2.   ^.   ^   42.   ■«. 


32: 


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t5?- 


32- 


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Make  us  to  see     thy    mer-  cy, 


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Make  us  to   see    thy 

I        I     I        i         I 

mer 

I 

1 

to         see 
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J  J  4 

thy 

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mer-  cy, 

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1    22: 

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A      O 

F-"             '-"               /S/ 

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1-      | 1 

0       make  us  to  see    thy      mer  -  cy,  thy  mer-cy, 


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Loud,  and      grant  us  thy  sal    -  va  -   tion,  and 


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grant  us,  and  grant  us,  and  grant  us  thy  sal-va 


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150 


ANTHEMS. 


CHANT  ANTHEM  VIII. 
Rev.  xxii. 


Behold,  I   come    quickly,     And  my  reward    is    with  me, 


m 


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19- 


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-&-  1&- 

I. 

To  give  to  every  one  as    his 


19-  t9- 

work     shall 


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he. 


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I  am  the  Alpha  and  the   0  -  mega,  The  Beginning  and-  the 

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Bride  say,  Come  ;    And  let  him  that  heareth    say,   Come  ; 

19-         -&-         19-  19-  I  |  _  19- 


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2T 


~SI 


^ 


JZ. 


CHANT  ANTHEMS. 


151 


.&- 


^ 


And  let  him  that  thirst-eth  come  ; 


j  And  let  him  that  will- ) 
(      eth  take  water  of    ) 


-&- 


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j* 


75—7?- 


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Surely,  I    come  quickly :   Amen,  Yea,  come,  Lord  Jesus. 


-<S- 


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CHANT  ANTHEM  IX. 
Ps.  cl. 

77S 


-*-*- 


§ll 


22: 


it*! 


Praise  ye  the    Lord.     Praise  God  in  hi&    sanctuary 


-<9r 


/7\ 
Z52I 


^ 


152 


ANTHEMS. 


1 


2 


— &- 


(Praise  Him  in  the) 


{ Praise  Him  for ! 


§ 


(     firmament  of  his  j    ^  '     (     his  mighty  . ) 


-&- 


acts 


-&- 


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121 


12L 


Praise  Him  according  to  his 


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J&L 


321 


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excel  -  lent    greatness. 


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£ 


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( Praise  Him  with  the  )     ,  , 

i  1    *  4.1.  r    trumpet 

(     sound  of  the  .  .  . ) 


Praise  Him  with  the 


-tS>- 


-*9- 


-&- 


-&-- 


-&- 


=321 


32: 


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is: 


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s 


\% 


psaltery  and  harp.  Praise  Him  with  the   tim  -  brel  and  dance 


-O- 


-&- 


-&- 


-&~ 


— jfi— :: 


^^ 


-«•- 


iffizzn 


zsz: 


Praise  Him  with      stringed  in  -  stru-ments  and  organs. 


jfe 


4fe— £ 


-^>- 


j2. 


-«- 


37 


-<^- 


CHANT   ANTHEMS. 


153 


?- 


J3L 


-S2_ 


-&- 


JSi 


Praise  Him  upon  the  loud    cymbals  :    Praise  Him  upon  the 


-S- 


iszizz: 


-79- 


d: 


-&- 


j2~ 


IS! 


-&• 


high  -  sounding  cymbals.       Let  every  thing  that  hath 


-<?- 


-&- 


-&- 


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n& 


-%- 


-&- 


In,  time. 


-&L- 


■*Z*-r-± 


*-*}-.—+ 


-&- 


ZZL 


d=ta 


breath  praise  the  Lord. 


& 


-&- 


J5L 


-G>- 


Hal  -  le  -  lu  -  jah,  Hal  -  le- 


<5>- 


V  * 


2-^-v- 


#  -#- 


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X^ 


'   lu  -   jah, 


± 


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twt 


Praise     ye    the       Lord 


Ho 


-($* « 


ly> 


-«>- 


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-g?' 


r?     r»- 


41ft 


!ttr 


:s_ 


~^ — H 


is: 


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Ho 


£=^ 


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3Z_ 


Ho 


~ST- 


-<5>- 

■   iy, 


is: 


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a 


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is  the  Lord  of 


<2> 


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IS! 


Hosts 

19- 


154 


ANTHEMS. 


xf 


s: 


-&r 


-4 


^S: 


Tg- 


^ 


All  the    earth    is      full  of  his  glory.    A    -     -    -    men. 


i 


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&  -fr 


P=B 


•&-        T&- 


m 


&- 


&-&- 


X- 


~&- 


3EEE 


22: 


rrs 


ANTHEM  I. 
Isa.  vi.  3. 
Ho 


ly       JE  -  HO-YAH   Of 


5 


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■&- 


13: 


~&~ 


is: 


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Ho  -  ly,     Ho  -  ly,  Ho 


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a: 


it: 


H»- 


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Hosts 


Ho      -      ly      JE  -  HO-VAH  of 
All  the  earth  is      full      of  his 


±[ 


•^  *     ^ 


-«>- 


^ 


ST- --zy 

Hosts  :  All  the  earth  is 

I  I        I       I         I 


All 
full, 


-i^- 


the 
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I      i 
earth  is    full 
full         of . . . , 


is: 


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-«>- 


±n±n 


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Hosts:   All 


the        earth  is      full 


of 


his 


glo 


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of  his  glo-ry,  All    the 
his        glo-ry, 


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i — r 


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ANTHEMS. 


155 


ANTHEM  n. 
Ps.  xvi.  11. 


Thou  wilt  show  me  the    path    of      life  :        In    thy 


3=2: 


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19 19 — ^ — H 


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h=^^m=m 


&. 


presence  is    fullness  of        joy 


^— (2. 


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-S> — 19- 


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f  ..- 


lEtf 


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I 


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Thou  wilt 


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22: 


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Thou  wilt  show  me  the  path    of 
Thou  wilt  show  me  the  path  of      life, 

I      !_     I      l  _ 


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(51 — (©>- 


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path    of      life,        the  path  of      life, 


show  me 


^zad: 


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life,     the  path  of    life  :       Thou  wilt  show  me  the  path  of 


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i9-rl9i9- 


-19- 


156 


ANTHEMS. 


Tutti.  mf 


life 


U  -      i 
In  thy  presence  is  fullness  of    joy 

,2.  ^JOgljSL  Vlfe^  J&ZL 


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Ps.  cxxxiii. 


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Ps.  ix.  9, 10. 


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163 


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Isa.  liii. 


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165 


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ANTHEM  VIL 
Ps.  ciii. 


P=* 


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*—& 


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in  me,  bless  his    ho  -  ly    name  ; 


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2^S 


-^ 


s: 


^ 


ZZpt_£g2Z 


deeds  un  -  to  the  chil-dren  of 


Is 


ra  -  el. 


6S 


-$*- 


t-   p  f.H 


tii  J_S    1?ijL+  ^ 


:^&~* 


^3UZL 


I 


172 


ANTHEMS. 


ANTHEM   VIII. 
Ps.  csliii. 


-&- 


-&~& 


& 


S 


'ST' 


4UJL: 


-r*?^- 


En  -  ter  not    in-to  judg  - 


<g  <g 


^ 


fj^feS*J4gfej 


i5* 0— # 


<^2__ 


8#a. 


.f:.' 


§ 


f 


I&L 


#« 


3tpt 


-^i- 


:<e 5*: 


ment  with  thy  servant,  0  Lord,  For  in     thy    sight  shall 

-^ — r-& & 


% 


?==*¥ 


-9 — ff- 


<5>- 


I 


=t 


f— r— r 


-£*_* 


^=i^t 


&- 


-&—*—* 


TB-V     W 


no  man     liv-ing  be    jus  -  ti  -  fied.     En-ter    not  in  -  to 


t~t 


i&- 


4>-»—0- 


■&-  A- 


-& — *s>- 


-s? — » — #- 


f=t=tF=f=J=d 


I 


Wl€2. 


4-L 


t5> 


=at 


±fc|^: 


*=*m 


^fcst 


-<© — #-ji- 


-^- 


r 


^: 


P 


judgment  with  thy  servant,  0  Lord,  For  in  thy  sight  shall 


r-i *- — F — r» — * — ' r&~ 


-&- 


-Y?- 


£ 


-^- 


& 


_=£?: 


i bo- 


■[— r 


^L 


-4? 

-^ — ^- 


:p=t: 


ANTHEMS. 


173 


% 


Pi 


-&- 


-G>- 


& 


3=E^I 


rfYf^ 


j  i^f 


no    man  liv-ingbe      jus  -  ti  -  fied,       For     in     thy 


5: 


<? =— iS" 


-» #- 


SL 


W 


J__l 


*    * 


—       (^ 

I 
sight,  For 

I 


3tjEBE^=E3= 


■zg— --*-• 


-a— # 


:±d 


— I- 


?-* 


I 


*=£ 


1 


^f 


in     thy  sight  shall     no    man     liv  -  ing  be 

I 


1= 


«=I 


t=F 


Shall 


no man  be 


lE^S^^f 


i 

jus  -  ti 


-&■ 


fied, 


-*-&- 


p*    2—9- 


L-t— 


"*-*- 


-1^- 


:F=tt= 


E^- 


-^ i5? eS> 


zz: 


jus  -  ti  - 


zt 


«? — <$>- 


ShaU 


no     man 


be 


% 


=fc=t 


-) 1- 


znz 


Ffe 


"W" 


^- 


-fl= 


3d 3 


fied,  For 


in      thy    sight  shall  no    man  be    jus  -  ti 

-3  "#"  "♦"  '  >*3 


$= 


^ — ^. 

I      i 


221 


-^ ^ — — <S> 

-i r- 


H v i— 


S= 


^- 


F 


r: 


1= 


174 


ANTHEMS. 

jus  -  ti  -  fied. , 


ill' 

fied,  Shall  no  man  be  jus  -  ti  -  fied,  be    jus  -  ti  -  fied. 


rTT  i 


o- 


I-SL 


F 


<? 


:s^ 


■«* — «? 


i    -r  i 


3 


ANTHEM   IX.* 
Ps.  cii.  16, 13. 


f^j_  f]  |  ;  j  ik^|Uj-j-+--i-J-i-q 

— — m-d — \-0 ■ — — «< — *: — « — # — 


L*S> (iS*- 


f 


&— i— i— j 


When  the  Lord  shall  build  up     Zi  -  on,   He  shall  ap- 


P 


ten 


^_^. 


-«?- 


>^- 


-e>- 


«Q-*— rJ 


-K9- 


ee=ee 


^   I     !     1 


=g^S=:iEii: 


•     -! 


Thou  shalt  a-rise   and  have 


-&-    -&~    -0-  -e- 


P-eSes 


-&- 


«L      — 


zs: 


-ff. 


=*=  = 


Thou 


=P 


||-1=q=a 


II: 


—0-%- 


-t 


:^ 


-*!- 


.^1        _L 


bjszzzfcp 


-N-. 


-<$<-     -#-1 

mer  -  cy  on      Zi  -  on,   For    the    time  to 


F 

fa 


vor 


-£2- 


spqs 


.ffl- 


-«•- 


II 


-«?- 


^ 


^-H*- 


J 


I     I  J    ^        IN 


_^_» 


i  i  i  :         'i 

*  This  may  be  sung  as  a  Quartette,  and  repeated  in  Chorus. 


ANTHEMS. 


175 


S= 


~zr 


*—&- 


■+-* 


her,  Yea,     the  ap  -  point  -  ed 


23 


r — r 


time 


is 


35- 


-<2—  -£* # — if? — ,-«> 2- 


t 


:- 


1== 


T-%-- 


y 


Yea, 


ap   -  point  -  ed 


P=ffi 


=t 


-^. 


*T^-^- 


^ 


2: 


£*- 


^-: 


-&r  -ar  | 


■-f=*S>- 


<5<^ 


come,  Yea,  the      ap 
ap 


-ffl. 


^2. 


t5>- 


>£>- 


-&~ 


321 


i — r 


point  -  ed      time       is  come, 
point-ed  ["^ 


>^- 


25L" 


-&—±— fi- 


ts 


i 


ap 


point  -  ed 


ANTHEM  X. 
Isa.  xl.  5. 


And  the  glo  -  ry,     and  the  glo-ry  of    the    Lord     shall 


*    -k<ZZL 


—* 


±*& 


p- 


F 


t=g;=-=: 


-g-? — h- 


^ 

U    P 


L2SI 


*=fe 


r 


-5 :  •- 


^ 


^z:i— *=rfcHS= 


be     re-veal'd  ;  And  the  glo  -  ry,     and  the  glo  -  ry  of   the 


jGL 

£ — I 


-£?- 


tG?- 


*-fc 


-G-^-O  -•- 


y-V— 


^5>- 


-N— N- 


jB.  +.  *.  t: 

t — -*= 


^ 


-g>-*-0- 

12: 


v-^- 


0 — »- 

F=F 


176 


ANTHEMS. 


J. 


tti 


=l==k 


Lord  shall  be  re-vealed,  and  all  flesh,  all  flesh  shall  see  it  to- 


gether,  and  all  flesh  shall  see  it,  shall  see  it    to  -  geth  -  er  : 

I        -0-     m      "&-      *-    H 


Z—0—0—0- 

-0 — 0 0- 

:nzr=£=t: 


PStTZj 


E 


T=F 


£? 


■&- 


f     1^ 


^z^=:s__t^: 


£? ^*- 


15" 


^3 


33 


For  the  mouth  of  the  Lord  hath  spo  -  ken     it,    For  the 


3= 


Hl^ii^i 


s: 


:*— * 


:^ 


0 — 0- 


-&- 


-&- 


-G>- 


__t 


-<£<- 


/$* ;  — <5> ! 1 


-• — « — 


mouth  of  the  Lord  hath  spo  -  ken     it,    For  the  mouth  of  the 


;i;^£ 


3e= 


4     1       i 

1 

j 

*-g— ^ 

-a     d 

— . 

■^ 

1 ^ 0 — \- 

0-0 

**=#= 

-^=# a — 

^"#        -     s 

^                  ri  r  r  n  rr 

Lord  hath  spo  -  ken    it,  For  the  mouth  of  the  Lord  hath 

1  J  i-J'J  J    J  J  j 

|.                    "     

mm 

■ 

■■ 

" 

1 

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A2sTHEH5. 


177 


r  ::;:•:. 


<    __ 1... , 

v* — - — 

— . 

-&~     - 

. 

1 

_ j 

—  - — 0 

0- 

m 

— #- 

■&     0     # 

B[  o-ken  it,  For  the  month  of  the  Loed  hath  spoken  it,  For  the 

ii   0^-    *€}■*-. t-- *     -■   ■  -^ >-• «-, , 

^                — 

0 

» 

^ 

-      *      9 

' 

■ 

-5- — 0 — 0- 

-& & — 0- 


m :  otfa  ot  the  Loed  hath  spoken  it.  hath  spo  -  ken  it. 


g=s  0   0  ng   *     i^ x^zi^-r^ n~rr= 

L- L, . 1 1 1 '^     lg 


AXTHEM  XL 


4— m    *    w          w 

I=.  ix.  6. 

s      s 

s 

y  ~+    i            < 

£                    c 

>W  /•   ^                   \ 

v  0          K 

*     0*0 

0     • 

? 

f^       \              I      * ■ 

*  *  s:  4- 

-& 

#  •  * 

~0    •< 

9 

t,                                    ^       m      0               0 

Un  -  to     ns 

a  Child   is  born, 

nn  -  to    ns 

■0-   '   -0-       -0-   • 

a 

O'^  ^_i 

— • 

-  J  ■  *>  ■*-,-.    <  - 

•   *  . .  • 

<* 

• 

/...  s  *  "     •" 

•          • 

•       • 

■*■ 

-* 

2     *     1  '  * 

0    •    0     m              m    '   %     *   •   0 

Ban      is  g 

iven  :    and  the  < 

•&•              .   « 
r^ T  •  * 

x     *    •    #               •               * 

• i£-y g     *       *    v ^-J 

rov-emment  shall  be  np-on    his 

*# 1#- 

^—  0- 

••  -        b    • • — y  -  g 

178 


U 


s-%- 


1P-&—a-43=* 


ANTHEMS. 

N fcs- 


-I - N-J- 

-0 0-\-0 *- 


fh 


:--K 


-0 0" 

0 


=tt 


shoulder;    and  his  name  shall  be  call-ed  Won-der-ful, 

1 0 0 r  F1-^- 


-&•       -9- 


K 


#r 


» 0 

0 p_  *•_ 


=Ci=c 


Ifc 


g 


=fc 


-!^- 


-($*- 


-0 


4—^- 


*-: 


r 


Coun  -  sel  -  lor,        God,       Mighty,         Fath  -  er    of      E 

?  £       * :  :  *  +•  # 


s 


..* 


p_._i_# 


t=q 


3 


N-=t 


* — 0 — 


- — «i- 

-^ 

L<5< — ^ 


Prince . 


i 


g 


<^ <5-- 


ter  -  ni  -  ty,     Prince  of    Peac?, 


Prince. 


i^ 


*— * 


s: 


i — i — 0-i — 


se 


t-L-^4- 

& 


Prince . 
mp 


PP 


=¥- 


^a~ 


.0 ■!!#._  J 

.0 S5_ 


riSzjis^ 


-<g 


i^ 


Mj0- 


of    Peace,  Prince of      Peace  : 


-SI 


^": 


Z&Z 


:  feg 


iB 


-^- 


ANTHEMS. 


179 


H 


5IP=? 


Unison.  mf 


^ 


:^T^it 


r 


a: 


L(©i- 


y   p    r     v 

Un-to    us     a  Child  is    born,  un-to  us      a  Son    is 


,s  *> 


.^-5 


-A 


f!=E 


0^ 


J- 


H- 


i^— 5 


I 


fet 


* 


J^— ^-T— * 


-jC- 


— i N-L#-v— * f-'- 


Vr 


given  :    and    the  gov  -  ern-ment  shall  be     up  -  on     his 


•70- 


i 


£- 


5S 


-fct 


•W P- 


i- 


S 


-rf: 


£ 


— t\-h« — a- 


J£L 


"gr 


fr 


jtizziz^zf 


shoul-der  ;  and  his  name  shall  be  called    Won-der-f  ul, 

^     -0-   -0- :  ■*-   ■£-#-•-£•■#--*-     ••-■•■#■■•- 


fe£ 


-y- 


s^ 


v — V 


¥~^- 


I 


tfl 


zfeS^^ 


z£ 


m/" 


J— -A-L.  4- 


^VT 


h<^- 


■1r^r^-w\ 


0,^0—0 


*~ 


0-T^-0—0- 

-0-  -0- 

Coun-sel-lor,    God,  Mighty,      Fa-ther  of    E  -  ter  -  ni-ty, 


t 


-»-___. 


-&- 


1 


*-* 


ft* 


frf 


«!/) 


=t 


el 


-^ 


<2_ 


:-S: 


-&- 


-&L 


~&L 


&- 


i 


-&—*—&■ 


Prince  of    Peace,     Prince  of  Peace,  Prince  of     Peace. 


feS 


-^>- 


-l!?1- 


ls: 


^?: 


jO- 


-&-      -&- 


zsz:: 


x_^_J— s 


Prince 


180 


ANTHEMS. 


ANTHEM  Xn. 
Eev.  xii.  10,  12 ;  xv.  3,  4. 


Now  is  come,  is  come  the  sal  -  va-tion,  and  the 


-&—&- 


-& — ©>- 


42. 


ys~-^r 


t 


jsl a . 


-— S- 


strength,    and  the  king-dom         of    our  God,        and  the 


± 


-*Z- 


-&- 


■& — &- 


-& — «>- 


.QZL- 


J- 


22: 


■7g| tt 


-&- 


-&- 


-ffl. 


if— it 


-B- 


&- 


-&- 


-&- 


-&- 


-&- 


X- 


-0 — *--& — 


power 


fe 


of     his    Christ,  the  power  of  his  Christ.    For 


*^W 


~rr 


A 


32: 


35: 


-« — i 


-«<- 


zzL-f: 


f^ 


-<s>- 


,^- 


this      re  -  joice,    O      ye 


Heavens, .... 


~K>- 


-&- 


22: 


i£ 


-<S<- 


0 


For     this     re  -  joice, 


ye 

19- 

-F 


^ 


ANTHEMS. 


181 


fe 


-Gh 


£1 4£ 


F 


^ 

"Z?" 


p— ^ 


Heavens,  and    ye     that  dwell     in    them.  Who  shall  not 
"^ ~§r    .  o ~¥~    .  g [jj _c M. 


is: 


^ 


H 


* 


Hz 


5- 


-^t- 


th*- 


^-^ — 1—&- 


%=£^£ 


& 


&. 


]7  «*  J— ^=^=pp 


-#— (2- 


4= 


-* — I 


s: 


-*—&- 


f ear  Thee  ?  Who  shall  not  fear  Thee,    O         Lord,  and 


_"gl 


T^" 


fe=d: 


ut. 


m 


^zz * 


^=^ 

-^     *- 


3L_J_s=fa* 


>^- 


(5? iS1- 


-(5? ^ <$*- 


glo   -   ri-  f  y  thy  name  ?  who  art  ho  -  ly      a  -  lone  ;    for 

^  "    +•  III 


& 


-is — # — 0- 

-F- 0 #- 


.  £zz=szzzs: 


-«» <$> <©■- 


^: 


1=5 


d? 


-g- 


EE 


-« — &- 


&   &—& 


-&- 


-&- 


-&- 


-& i5> — L<Si (©* 


"^  ^    bgi» 


righteous  and  true  are  thy    ways,  Thou  King    of  saints. 


J2. 


zszzszz"^: 


Hm — I — r 


£=EE 


.«_ 


-^- 


a 


182 


ANTHEMS. 


ANTHEM  XIH. 
Luke  ii.  14. 

AM 


Glo  -  ry,     Glo-ry  to  God  in  the  highest  :  Glo  -  ry, 

gsfe* t-rrfFf-Ff  f  Fir 


:2fc    ^. 


f=tf 


h 


% 


*  & 


and  on  earth 


iHr-* 


# 


ifc^v 


22: 


Glo  -  ry    to  God  in    the  high-est,  and  on  earth,  and  on  earth 


+  +-  J.     S>J 

0 — 0 — &~ 


-I 1 1 — 

f — bM^ 


is: 


and  on  earth 


1 


PP 


=£=* 


^S- 


-N— N- 


* 


:=zt 


-N— h- 


i$*- 


Ti-T- 


a  *•'>; 


-# — *- 


peace,       peace,     peace  :      among  men  good  will,  among 


-i^-- 


^-? 


-<5I- 


-P- 


i=Zg=i 


<*'- 


/^-P= 


s=^ 


among  men  good  will,. 


Shf 


^:* 


=, — >^~t — ? — 

men  good  will, 


Duet—  Trebles. 


J^-==^=r0-\W=W=%0— T*—- 

- ^M^-Vi — r~ *t — * 3 


?n/" 


among  men  good  will,  among 


ANTHEMS. 


183 


d  J    d 


N N 


■>$r»-vt-i-i=i-- 


t=i 


~V^f-^ 


-&- 


-&- 


men  good  will,  among  men  good  will,  a-mong  men    good 


h 


■::=£- 


Treble  and  Alto. 


f 


&r 


-J21 


:sfc=£ 


i- 


-A- 


i — &. 


JSL 


^P 


will,  good  will,  good  will  :       Glo  -  ry,  Glo  -  ry, 


=3? &- 


% 


■&- 


-&- 


■&- 


t 


I 


±± 


^-* 


N    ft 


^^^ 


i£ 


^5*- 


s: 


=#H?- 


S£ 


— ! ^--d 


Glo-ry  to  God  in  the  high.  -  est ;    Glo  -  ry  to  God  in  the 


p  and  on       earth 


fe=fc 

=»-a- 


fc£ 


highest  ; 


Up! 

p  and  on  earth  peace  ; 


-&- 


■* : 


-1 — 


=^=h: 


-* — b» — ' 
a  -  mong 


184 


ANTHEMS. 


Unison. 


<?--.9 


m& 


among  men  good  will  :    and  on  earth  peace,  among 

^    ^    ^    i 


<?- 


-*-  #. 


V— V- 


■b>—v- 


men 


4 


and  on       earth 
-& — 


^=i=±=i 


P*=* 


and  on  earth    peace,  a  -  mong 


men,  among  men  good  will good  will,     good    will. 


men 


ANTHEM  XTV. 
Matt.  xxi.  9. 


3-7 1 
-& — -*-- — 


-<&- 


e:e5 


§3Ei 


Ho  -  san 


na, 


a — 


+±± 


&L 


:5 


^ 


e: 


Ho  -  san    - 

:t=p: 


na, 


Ho- 


:zs: 


1     I     !     * 
— w — i — i — i- 
9-^-0-^ 


ANTHEMS. 


185 


st 


-&j- 


3H: 


<5> 


& 


& 


0—0 


N- 


san 


-^- 


-   -  na  :       Blessed    is      He,      Blessed,   blessed  is 


-&• 


-&- 


S£ 


v— v — 


•©»- 


=i=*q 


p£ 


-« — I- 

-& 0~ 


5" "  * — *" 


4== 


-«- 


s: 


T -^ <g 


He,       that   comet  h  in    the  name,  in    the  name     of     the 

--_  I  N       i  !  I  i  N  I  -a. 


•*^- 


.22 — 1IZ£_ 


*ZIZ^=* 


?te* 


r2^ 


^£ 


/T\       /TS 


3 


3 


-& 0- 


0-0. 


& — 0— 


-& ! 0- 

0- 


Lord.     ■    Ho  -  san  - 


na, 


Ho  -  -  san  - 


na, 


Ho 

■0- 


3T 


3T 


j22- 


S2I 


-^-*-#-!- 


_*^2 


san    - 


# 


iz«: 


#  * 


-««- 


— # 

i 1 — . 

'— 0^0 

-    na,       Ho  -  san  -  na    in     the  highest, 
-^       -0-      !       !       I 


-^ 


— *— 
Ho 


* * 


1= 


r 


-1-0-9- 

san  -  na    in    the    highest, 


i-4- 


tt 


==a=< 


-1 — 


in    the 


^ 


:s: 


-s? — 


high 


1 — &- 
est. 


11 


_a     V" /e: 


v 


zs=5: 


:te 


-?- 


I 


186 


ANTHEMS. 


ANTHEM  XV. 
Rev.  v.  12. 


-& 0 I 


i — *— ^T-^r- 

i — i—^-i-  -& — 


Worthy  is  the  Lamb  that  was  slain  ;  Worthy  is  the  Lamb 


1      |      N    !S  I      I 


■&&■ 


Unison. 


that  was    slain,    to  re  -  ceive  power,      and  riches,       and 

EE=£= 


V— P- 


-&- 


^=P= 


» — »- 


■rt— ah 


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Whose  Hujmanity  |  is  divine  : 
Who  for  our  salvation  did  come  |  into  the  |  world, 
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He  glorified  His  hu  mani|ty 

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Unto  Him  that    loved    us, 

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And  hath  made  us  kings  and  priests  unto    God  and  his 

Father, 
Be  glory  and  dominion  for  ]  ever  and  ]  ever.     A|men. 


TE  DOMIXOI. 


A  HYMN  OF  PRAISE  TO  THE  LORD  JESUS  CHRIST. 


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TTTE  praise  Thee,  0  Lord,  we  magnify  thy    holy    Name  : 
"»    The  heavens  and  earth  praise  Thee,  the  sea  and    all 
that  i  is  there  in. 

2  All  thy  works  praise  Thee,  and  thy  |  saints  |  bless  Thee  : 
Thy  church  doth  worship  and  ac  knowledge    Thee  alone, 

3  The  Father  eternal,  the  Word  incarnate,  the  Holy  Spirit, 

the     Comfort  er  : 
In  essence  and  in  person  One,  Je  ho  yah,  ]  Jesus,  J  Lord. 

4  To  Thee,  cherubim  and  j  sera; phi m  : 

Angels  and  blessed  spirits  lift    up  their  ;  voices  and    cry  : 

5  Holy,  holy,  holy,  Lord    God  Al  mighty  : 
Heaven  and  earth  are    full  j  of  thy  |  glory. 


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God  with  !  us. 


198 


TE   DOMINCJM. 


7  In  thy  love  and  pity  Thou  |  didst  re  |  deem  us  : 

And  the  chastisement  of  our  |  peace  was  up  J  on  |  Thee. 

8  Thou  didst  pass  through  the  bitterness  of  suffering  |  and 

temp|tation :  cross. 

Thou  didst  humble  thyself,  even  to  the  |  passion  |  of  the  | 


9  Thou  didst  burst  asunder  all  the  |  bonds  of  |  death  : 
Thou  didst  rise  in  divine  j  majes  ;ty  and  |  glory. 

10  Thou  didst  ascend  on  high,   Thou  didst  lead  capjtivity  | 

captive  : 
The  everlasting  doors  were  |  opened  j  to  re|ceive  thee. 

11  High  above  all  the  heavens  didst  Thou  |  set  thy  |  throne : 
Clothed  with  light  inaccessible,   girt  with  om|nipo|tence 

and  |  love. 

12  Thou  art  the  |  King  of  |  glory  : 
Thou  art  Je|ho|vah  of  |  hosts. 

13  Day  unto  day  will  we  exalt  Thee,  O  |  Lord,  our  |  God  : 
And  worship  at  thy  footstool,  for  |  Thou  ajlone  art  |  holy 

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*J      Eternal  thanks  to  thee  be  given  ! 
Thou  didst  create  all  men,  to  raise 
Their  souls  to  endless  bliss  in  heaven. 

2  Hosanna  to  our  only  Lord  ! 

Hosanna  to  our  only  King  ! 
Spread  the  Creator's  name  abroad, 
Till  all  mankind  his  praises  sing ! 

3  Our  souls,  0  Lord,  thou  didst  redeem 

From  sin  and  everlasting  woe  : 
On  all  thy  grace  and  mercy  beam, 
In  heaven  above,  and  earth  below. 

4  Hosanna  to  our  only  Lord  ! 

Hosanna  to  our  only  King  ! 
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PRAISE  tlie  Lord  !  ye  heavens  adore  him 
Praise  him,  angels,  in  the  height ! 
Sun  and  moon  rejoice  before  him, 
Praise  him,  all  ye  stars  of  light. 

Alleluia  !   Alleluia  ! 
Earth  and  heaven,  your  songs  unite. 

2  Praise  the  Lord,  for  he  is  glorious  ! 

He  hath  put  our  foes  to  shame  ; 
Over  death  and  hell  victorious, 
Hosts  on  high  his  power  proclaim; 

Alleluia  !   Alleluia  ! 
Laud  and  magnify  his  name. 

3  Praise  him  for  his  grace  and  favor 

To  our  fathers  in  distress  ; 
Praise  him  still  the  same  as  ever, 
Slow  to  chide,  and  swift  to  bless  ; 

Alleluia  !  Alleluia  ! 
Glorious  in  his  faithfulness. 


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\J     His  praise  in  the  great  assembly  to  sing  ; 
In  God  our  Redeemer  let  Israel  rejoice 
And  children  of  Zion  be  glad  in  their  King. 

2  From  bondage  of  hell  redeemed  by  his  might, 
Rejoice  in  his  grace,  his  love  and  his  light  ; 
For  us  in  his  mansion  he  maketh  a  place, 
And  with  his  salvation  the  humble  will  bless. 


3  Then  worship  the  King  all  glorious  above, 
And  gratefully  sing  his  power  and  his  love  ; 
Our  Shield  and  Defender,  the  Ancient  of  Days, 
Pavilioned  in  splendor  and  girded  with  praise. 


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Let  tlie  Redeemer's  name  be  sung 
Through,  every  land,  by  every  tongue. 

2  Eternal  are  thy  mercies,  Lord  ; 
Eternal  truth  dwells  in  thy  word  ; 
Thy  praise  shall  sound  from  shore  to  shore, 
Till  suns  shall  rise  and  set  no  more. 


BE  thou,  O  God,  exalted  high  ; 
And  as  thy  glory  fills  the  sky, 
So  let  it  be  on  earth  displayed, 
Till  thou  art  here,  as  there,  obeyed. 

2  Thy  praises,  Lord,  we  will  resound 
To  all  the  listening  nations  round  ; 
Thy  mercy  highest  heaven  transcends, 
Thy  truth  beyond  the  clouds  extends. 

Doxology. 
To  thee,  0  Jesus  Christ,  we  raise 
Our  noblest  songs  of  thanks  and  praise  ; 
Be  every- where  thy  name  confessed, 
God  over  all  forever  blest. 


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And  crown  him  Lord  of  all. 

2  Let  countless  angels  strike  the  lyre, 

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Who  tune  to  love  their  holy  choir, 
And  crown  him  Lord  of  all. 

3  Let  every  tribe,  of  every  tongue, 

All  creatures,  great  and  small, 
Loud  swell  this  universal  song, 
And  crown  him  Lord  of  all. 

4  Our  heavenly  Father,  Jesus,  Lord, 

Whom  King  of  kings  we  call  ; 
We  worship  thee,  Incarnate  Word, 
And  crown  thee  Lord  of  all. 


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Y     TTOLY,  holy,  holy  !  Lord  God  Almighty  ! 

J-*-     Early  in  the  morning  our  song  shall  rise  to  thee  : 
Holy,  holy,  holy,  merciful  and  mighty  ; 
Father  and  Saviour,  glory  be  to  thee. 

2  Holy,  holy,  holy  !  all  the  saints  adore  thee, 

Casting  down  their  golden  crowns  around  the  glassy  sea  ; 
Cherubim  and  Seraphim  falling  down  before  thee, 
Which  wert,  and  art,  and  evermore  shalt  be. 


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3  Holy,  holy,  holy  !  though  the  darkness  hide  thee, 

Though  the  eye  of  sinful  man  thy  glory  may  not  see, 
Only  thou  art  holy  :  There  is  none  beside  thee 
Perfect  in  power,  in  loye,  and  purity. 

4  Holy,  holy,  holy  !  Lord  God  Almighty  ! 

All  thy  works  shall  praise  thy  name,  in  earth,  and  sky,  and 
Holy,  holy,  holy  !  merciful  and  mighty  ;  [sea  : 

Father  and  Saviour,  glory  be  to  thee. 

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"      Let  earth  adore  its  Lord  ; 
Bright  cherubs  his  attendants  stand, 
Swift  to  fulfill  his  word. 

2  In  Sion  stands  his  throne  ; 

His  honors  are  diyine  ; 
His  church  shall  make  his  wonders  known, 
For  there  his  glories  shine. 

3  His  name  shall  be  adored 

Through  earth's  rejoicing  lands  : 
Great  is  his  mercy,  sure  his  word, 
His  truth  forever  stands. 

4  The  God  we  worship  now 

Will  guide  us  till  we  die  ; 
Him  will  we  worship,  him  alone, 
With  angel  hosts  on  high. 


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0     SAVIOUR  and  Regenerator  ! 
^  Thee  alone,  God  we  own, 
Father  and  Creator. 

2  Word  Incarnate  we  adore  thee  ! 

Hosts  above,  God  of  love, 
Cast  their  crowns  before  thee. 

3  Father,  Son  and  Holy  Spirit, 

One  in  thee,  Lord,  we  see, 
Who  thy  grace  inherit. 

4  May  thy  Word  be  our  Instructor, 

Night  and  day,  on  our  way, 
Our  divine  conductor  ! 

5  Visit  us  with  thy  salvation  ; 

Let  thy  care  still  be  near, 
Round  our  habitation. 

6  Jesus  our  divine  Protector, 

Guide  us  still,  let  thy  will 
Be  our  sole  director  ! 

Part  II. 

BLESSED  Lord,  what  shall  we  render, 
To  thy  Name,  still  the  same, 
Gracious,  good  and  tender  ! 


PRAISE   AKD   ADORATION. 


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2  Holy,  holy,  lioly  Giver 

Of  the  food,  truly  good, 
Nourish  us  forever ! 

3  Glory,  honor,  thanks  and  blessing 

Will  we  give,  while  we  live, 
Never,  never  ceasing. 

4  Thee  in  glory,  great  Jehovah, 

May  we  see,  and  to  thee 
Raise  the  Alleluia  ! 


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10      f^IVE  thanks  to  God  ;  he  reigns  above  : 

^J   Kind  are  his  thoughts  ;  his  name  is  love 
His  mercy  ages  past  have  known, 
And  ages  long  to  come  shall  own. 

2  He  feeds  and  clothes  us  all  the  way  ; 
He  guides  our  footsteps,  lest  we  stray  ; 
He  guards  us  with  a  powerful  hand, 
And  brings  us  to  the  heavenly  land. 

3  Then  let  us  all  with  joy  record 

The  truth  and  goodness  of  the  Lord  : 
,    How  great  his  works  ;  how  kind  his  ways  ; 
Let  every  tongue  pronounce  his  praise. 


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THEE  we  praise,  eternal  Lord, 
Thee  our  only  God  confessing, 
In  all  earth  and  heaven  adored, 
Father  of  unending  blessing  : 
All  th'  angelic  powers  on  high 
Loud  to  thee  their  praises  cry. 

2  Holy,  holy,  holy  Lord, 

Earth  and  heaven  declare  thy  glory  : 
With  thy  saints  in  sweet  accord 

Sings  the  Church  the  blessed  story 
Of  th'  eternal  Trinity 
Unto  man  made  known  in  thee. 

3  Lord,  thy  trusting  people  save, 

Heaven's  graces  on  them  shower  ; 
Light  and  hope  beyond  the  grave, 

Safety  from  the  evil  power  ; 
Bless  their  years  of  earthly  strife 
With  the  crown  of  endless  life. 

4  Lord  and  Father,  may  thy  grace 

Rule  our  hearts  where  sin  abounded  : 
All  our  hope  in  thee  we  place, 

Let  us  never  be  confounded  ; 
Dearest  God  !  we  trust  in  thee 
Now  and  for  eternity. 


PKAISE   AKD  ADORATION. 


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*J     To  thee  we  raise  our  grateful  songs  : 
Lift  up  our  souls  from  thoughts  of  self 
To  thee  to  whom  all  life  belongs. 

2  Below  all  depths  thy  mercy  lies  ; 

Above  all  heights  thy  love  ascends  : 
Thy  providence  our  path  surrounds  : 
Thy  watchful  care  each  step  attends. 

3  From  thee  all  good  desires  proceed  ; 

All  holy  thoughts  we  gain  from  thee  ; 
The  good  we  do  is  thine  alone, 

Thine  shall  our  hearts'  thanksgivings  be. 

4  Reveal  thyself  to  us,  0  Lord, 

In  love,  in  wisdom,  more  and  more  ; 
That  we  may  find  thee  ever  near, 
And  praise  and  serve  thee  and  adore. 


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J-      And  rules  o'er  all  below  ! 
Praise  the  God  of  truth  and  love, 

And  all  his  goodness  show  ! 
Praise  him  for  his  noble  deeds  ! 

Praise  him  for  his  matchless  power  ! 
Him  from  whom  all  good  proceeds, 

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2  Him  in  whom  we  move  and  live 

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And  homage  to  their  King  ! 
Praise  the  Lord  with  every  breath  ! 

All  his  wondrous  love  record  ! 
He  hath  conquer'd  hell  and  death  ; 

Let  all  things  praise  the  Lord  ! 


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«J    Doth  his  successive  journeys  run  ; 
His  kingdom  spread  from  shore  to  shore, 
Till  moons  shall  wax  and  wane  no  more. 


2  To  him  shall  endless  prayer  be  made, 
And  endless  praises  crown  his  head  ; 
His  name  like  sweet  perfume  shall  rise 
With  every  morning  sacrifice. 

3  People  and  realms  of  every  tongue 
Dwell  on  his  love  with  sweetest  song  ; 
And  infant  voices  shall  proclaim 
Their  early  blessings  on  his  Name. 


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Peculiar  honors  to  our  King  ; 
Angels  descend  with  songs  again, 
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The  Lord  relieves  thy  pain, 
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Praise  him,  all  ye  stars  of  light. 

2  Praise  the  Lord,  for  he  hath  spoken 

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Love  eternal  they  display. 

3  Praise  the  Lord,  for  he  is  glorious, 

Never  shall  his  promise  fail ; 
He  will  make  his  truth  victorious 
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4  Praise  the  God  of  our  salvation  ; 

Hosts  on  high  his  power  proclaim  : 
Heaven  and  earth  and  all  creation 
Praise  and  magnify  his  Name. 


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2  Stretch  out  thy  mighty  hand  ! 
In  this  and  every  land 

Evil  subdue  ! 
Satan's  dominion  end, 
Ever  thy  church  defend, 
O  Lord,  our  God  and  Friend, 
Gracious  and  true  ! 


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THOU  art  the  miglity  King  of  kings, 
The  Lord  of  lords  most  high. : 
Israel  is  safe  beneath  thy  wings  ; 
Thy  servants  shall  not  die. 

2  Through  thee  we  shall  the  victory  gain, 

Though,  hosts  of  hell  oppose  : 
Thou  art  our  Grod  ;  and  thou  wilt  reign, 
And  conquer  all  our  foes. 

3  We  trust  not  in  our  bow  or  sword  ; 

For  weakness  is  our  power  : 
In  thee  we  trust,  Almighty  Lord, 
Through  every  dangerous  hour. 

4  To  thee  we  look,  thou  God  of  love, 

Thy  holy  name  adore  : 
Oh,  may  we  rise  to  heaven  above, 
To  love  and  praise  thee  more. 


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^  Guiding  in  love  and  truth 
Through  devious  ways, 
Christ,  our  triumphant  King  ! 
We  come  thy  name  to  sing, 
And  here  our  children  hring, 
To  join  thy  praise. 

2  Ever  be  near  our  side, 

Our  Shepherd  and  our  Guide, 

Our  staff  and  song  ! 
O  Jesus  Christ  our  God  ! 
By  thine  enduring  word 
Lead  us  where  thou  hast  trod  ; 
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PRAISE  AlsD   ADORATION. 


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So  now,  and  till  we  die, 
Sound  we  thy  praises  high, 

And  joyful  sing  ; 
Let  all  the  holy  throng 
Who  to  thy  church  belong 
Unite  and  swell  the  song 

To  Thee  our  King. 


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20      TTOLT,  holy,  holy  Lord, 

-I--L  Be  thy  glorious  name  adored ; 
Lord,  thy  mercies  never  fail ; 
Hail,  Eternal  Goodness,  hail ! 
Lord,  we  know  that  thou  art  near  ; 
Grace  impart  and  holy  fear  ! 
Purer  praise  we'll  joyful  bring 
When  around  thy  throne  we  sing. 

2  There  our  bosoms  filled  with  love 
Shall  the  joys  of  angels  prove  ; 
While  through  heaven's  unmeasured  bound, 
Praise  to  thee  shall  ever  sound. 
Lord,  thy  mercies  never  fail ; 
,  Hail,  Eternal  Goodness,  hail ! 
Be  thy  glorious  name  adored, 
Holy,  holy,  holy  Lord  ! 


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As  by  the  hosts  of  heaven  above. 

2  Thine  is  all  wisdom,  thine  alone  : 

Mercy  and  truth  before  thee  stand  ; 
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And  love  divine  impels  thy  hand. 

3  No  other  can  thy  honors  claim, 

Or  join  in  thy  redeeming  care  ; 
No  rival  bear  thy  sacred  name  ; 
No  equal  in  thy  glory  share. 

4  Worship  to  thee  alone  belongs  ; 

Worship  to  thee  alone  we  give  : 
Thine  be  our  hearts,  and  thine  our  songs, 
O  Lord,  in  whom  alone  we  live. 


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2  No  yoke  can  sing,  no  heart  can  frame, 

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5  Jesus,  our  only  Joy  be  thou, 

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How  fast  the  dreary  shadows  melt 
Beneath  thy  warm  and  living  light ! 

2  In  thee  I  find  a  nobler  birth, 

A  glory  o'er  the  world  I'll  see, 
And  paradise  returns  to  earth, 
And  blooms  again  for  us  in  thee. 

3  Thou  strong  and  loving  Son  of  Man, 

Redeemer  from  the  bonds  of  sin, 
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That  sets  my  breast  on  fire  within. 

4  Thou  openest  heaven  once  more  to  men, 

The  soul's  true  home,  thy  kingdom,  Lord, 
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2  Death  and  change  are  busy  ever, 

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3  E'en  the  hour  that  darkest  seemeth 

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4  He  with  earthly  cares  entwineth 

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Whence  the  kind  affections  flow  : 


2  Willing  hands,  to  lead  the  blind, 
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*J      Behold  thy  church  assembled  here  ! 
On  thy  great  name  alone  we  call, 
In  humble  love  and  holy  fear. 

2  0  Light  of  life,  thy  truth  display, 

And  shed  around  thy  beams  of  love  ! 
O  turn  our  darkness  into  day, 

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3  Here  may  our  fervent  praise  and  prayers 

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And  find  thy  soothing  presence  nigh  ! 

4  Here  may  we  learn,  with  lowly  mind, 

The  truths  that  lead  to  endless  peace  ! 
Hear  may  we  feel  affections  kind, 
And  love  and  charity  increase  ! 


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JESUS,  our  true  and  only  light ! 
Illumine  those  who  sit  in  night ; 
Let  those  afar  now  hear  thy  voice, 
And  in  thy  fold  with  us  rejoice. 

2  Seek  those,  O  Lord,  who  stray  from  thee, 
Let  them  thy  loving  guidance  see  ; 

Thy  peace  to  contrite  hearts  be  given, 
That  they  be  drawn  to  thee  and  heaven. 

3  Shine  on  the  darkened  and  the  cold, 
Recall  the  wanderers  from  thy  fold  ; 
Unite  those  now  who  walk  apart, 
Confirm  the  weak  and  doubting  heart. 

4  So  they,  with  us,  may  evermore 

Such  grace  with  wondering  thanks  adore, 

And  endless  praise  to  thee  be  given, 

By  all  thy  Church  in  earth  and  heaven.  II. 


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\J  There  they  behold  thy  mercy-seat ; 
Where'er  they  seek  thee,  thou  art  found, 
And  where  thou  art  is  hallowed  ground. 

2  Great  Shepherd  of  thy  chosen  few 
Thy  former  mercies  here  renew  ; 
And  still  to  wayward  hearts  proclaim 
The  sweetness  of  thy  saving  Name. 

3  Here  may  we  prove  the  might  of  prayer 
To  strengthen  faith  and  lighten  care  ; 
To  teach  our  faint  desires  to  rise, 

And  bring  all  heaven  before  our  eyes. 

4  Lord,  we  are  weak,  but  thou  art  near, 
Xor  short  thine  arm,  nor  deaf  thine  ear  ; 
O  come  with  might  and  mercy  down, 
And  make  our  cleansed  hearts  thine  own, 


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^     The  soul's  Eternal  King, 
Grant  now  thy  grace  and  favor, 
While  we  thy  praises  sing  ! 
Come,  Saviour,  come,  and  give  thy  Spirit  course, 
O  feed  us  now  and  evermore,  from  Love's  eternal  source  1 

2  Far,  far  from  thee,  our  Saviour, 

Our  youthful  steps  might  roam, 
By  sin  and  darkness  sink  in  death, 

Nor  reach  our  heavenly  home. 
Come,  Saviour,  come,  and  give  thy  Spirit  course, 
O  feed  us  now  and  evermore,  from  Love's  eternal  source  ! 

3  Within  thy  Church,  Lord  Jesus, 

O  let  our  souls  aspire, 
To  see  thy  Spirit's  holy  light, 

And  feel  celestial  fire  ! 
Come,  Saviour,  come,  and  give  thy  Spirit  course, 
O  feed  us  now  and  evermore,  from  Love's  eternal  source  ! 


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Fill  us  with  holy  zeal ; 
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And  feel  as  angels  feel. 
Come,  Saviour,  come,  and  give  thy  Spirit  course, 
O  feed  us  now  and  evermore,  from  Love's  eternal  source  ! 


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Fill  me  with  thy  heavenly  love. 

2  Life  and  peace  to  me  impart ; 
Seal  salvation  on  my  heart ; 
Breathe  thyself  into  my  breast, — 
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Keep  me  in  the  narrow  way  ; 
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Keep  me,  Lord,  forever  thine. 


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2  0  descend,  all  holy  Spirit ! 

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In  our  hearts  thy  throne  inherit , 

Dew  of  heaven,  thy  peace  distil. 
Here,  within  thy  earthly  dwelling, 

We  before  thee,  lowly  how  ; 
Here  thy  ancient  mercies  telling, 

Let  us  still  thy  blessing  know.     Amen. 


LOVE  divine,  all  love  excelling, 
Joy  of  heaven,  to  earth  come  down, 
Fix  in  us  thy  humble  dwelling, 
All  thy  faithful  mercies  crown. 

2  Jesus,  thou  art  all  compassion, 

Pure,  unbounded  love  thou  art ; 
Visit  us  Avith  thy  salvation, 
Enter  every  trembling  heart. 

3  Breathe,  0  Lord,  thy  holy  spirit 

Into  every  troubled  breast ; 
Let  us  all  thy  grace  inherit, 
Let  us  find  thy  promised  rest. 

4  Take  away  the  love  of  sinning, 

Take  our  load  of  guilt  away  ; 
End  the  work  of  thy  beginning, 
Bring  us  to  eternal  day. 


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Centre  and  soul  of  every  sphere, 
Yet  to  each  loving  heart  how  near  ! 

2  Sun  of  our  life  !  thy  quickening  ray 
Sheds  on  our  path  the  glow  of  day  ; 
Star  of  our  hope  !  thy  softened  light 
Cheers  the  long  watches  of  the  night. 

3  Our  midnight  is  thy  smile  withdrawn  ; 
Our  noontide  is  thy  gracious  dawn  ; 
Our  rainbow  arch  thy  mercy's  sign  ; 
All  save  the  clouds  of  sin  are  thine. 

4  Lord  of  all  life  !  below,  above, 

Whose  light  is  truth,  whose  warmth  is  love, 
Before  thy  ever-blazing  throne 
We  ask  no  lustre  of  our  own. 

5  Grant  us  thy  truth  to  make  us  free, 
And  kindling  hearts  that  burn  for  thee, 
Till  all  thy  loving  altars  claim 

One  holy  light,  one  heavenly  flame.  II. 


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Draw  every  soul  to  choose  the  better  part. 

2  Thy  presence  fills  the  universal  space, 
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Fill  every  soul, — for  every  soul  is  thine. 

3  The  blessed  Jesus  is  my  Lord,  my  love  : 

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4  That  uncreated  beauty,  which  has  gained 
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His  loveliness  my  soul  has  prepossessed, 
And  left  no  room  for  any  other  guest. 


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Lord,  thou  canst  save  when  deadly  sin  assaileth, 
Lord,  o'er  thy  Rock  nor  death  nor  hell  prevaileth, 

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Grant  them  thy  truth,  that  they  may  be  forgiven, 
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If  our  God  our  father  be. 


2  Saviour,  shed  thy  mercy  o'er  us  ; 

All  our  weakness  thou  dost  know  ; 
Thou  didst  tread  the  earth  before  us, 

Thou  didst  feel  its  keenest  woe  : 
Lone  and  dreary,  faint  and  weary, 
Through  the  desert  thou  didst  go. 


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3  Spirit  of  our  God,  descending, 

Fill  our  hearts  with  heavenly  joy  ; 

Love  with  every  feeling  blending, 
Pleasures  that  can  never  cloy. 

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To  keep  his  statutes  still ! 
0  that  my  God  would  grant  me  grace 
To  know  and  do  his  will ! 


2  O  send  thy  Spirit  down,  to  write 

Thy  law  upon  my  heart ! 
Save  me  from  falsehood  and  deceit, 
Thy  truth  to  me  impart. 

3  Order  my  footsteps  by  thy  Word, 

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4  Make  me  to  walk  in  thy  commands  ; 

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9Q       TESUS,  Lord  of  all  creation, 

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Visit  us  with  thy  salvation, 

Enter  every  waiting  heart. 
Breathe,  O  breathe  thy  Holy  Spirit 

Into  every  troubled  breast ; 
Let  us  all  thy  grace  inherit, 

Let  us  find  the  promised  rest. 

2  Finish,  now,  thy  new  creation  ; 

From  our  sins  O  set  us  free  : 
May  we  find  thy  great  salvation 

Come,  with  healing  power,  from  thee. 
Lord,  we  would  on  earth  adore  thee, 

Till  in  heaven  we  take  our  place  ; 
Till  we  cast  our  crowns  before  thee, 

Lost  in  wonder,  love,  and  praise. 


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2  Not  'mid  the  thorns  of  worldly  thought, 
Nor  soon  by  passing  plunderers  caught, 
Nor  lacking  depth  the  root  to  feed, 
May  we  receive  thy  Spirit's  seed. 

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Fall  in  a  good  and  honest  soil ; 
And  spring  up  from  firmest  root, 
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*J  The  darkness  shineth  as  the  light, 
Search,  prove  my  heart ;  it  pants  for  thee  : 
O  burst  these  bonds,  and  set  it  free. 

2  While  in  this  darksome  wild  I  stray, 
Be  thou  my  light,  be  thou  my  way  ; 
No  foes,  no  violence  I  fear, 

No  harm,  if  thou,  O  Lord,  art  near. 

3  When  rising  floods  my  soul  o'erflow, 
When  sinks  my  heart  in  waves  of  woe, 
O  Lord,  thy  timely  aid  impart, 

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4  If  rough  and  thorny  be  the  way, 
My  strength  proportion  to  my  day  ; 
Till  toil,  ana  grief,  and  pain  shall  cease, 
Where  all  is  calm,  and  joy,  and  peace. 


II. 


PEXITEXTIAL. 


239 


JO      TESUS,  tlie  weary  wanderer's  rest, 
*J      Give  me  thy  easy  yoke  to  bear  ; 
With  resignation  arm  my  breast, 
With  humble  love  and  lowly  fear. 

2  Thankful  I  take  the  cup  from  thee, 

Mingled  according  to  thy  will, 
Though  bitter  to  the  taste  it  be, 
'T  is  full  of  heavenly  mercy  still. 

3  Be  thou,  0  Rock  of  Ages,  nigh  ! 

So  shall  each  murmuring  thought  be  gone, 
And  grief,  and  fear,  and  care  shall  fly, 
As  clouds  before  the  mid-day  sun. 


4  0  thou,  who  bad'st  the  tempest  cease, 

And  lo  !  the  waves  obeyed  thy  will, 

Speak  to  my  warring  passions,  peace  ! 

Say  to  my  trembling  heart — be  still. 


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3  I  sigh  to  think  of  happier  days, 

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When  every  heart  was  tuned  to  praise, 
And  none  more  blest  than  I. 


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Hope  still,  and  thou  shalt  sing 
The  praise  of  him  who  is  thy  God, 
Thy  Saviour,  and  thy  King. 


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^     My  Rock  and  Hiding-place, 
By  storms  of  sin  and  sorrow  toss'd, 
I  seek  thy  sheltering  grace. 


2  Forgive  me  guilty,  Lord,  I  cry  : 
Pursued  by  foes,  I  come  ; 
O  save  me  tempted,  or  I  die  ; 
A  wand'rer,  take  me  home. 


3  There  safe  in  thine  almighty  arms 
Let  storms  come  on  amain, 
No  more  I  fear  their  dread  alarms 
Where  thou,  O  Lord,  dost  reign. 


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AK       ["  LOVE  the  voice  Divine  that  speaks 
-L     The  words  of  life  and  peace, 
That  bids  the  penitent  rejoice, 
And  sin  and  sorrow  cease. 


2  No  healing  balm  on  earth  like  this, 

Can  cheer  the  contrite  heart  ; 
No  flattering  dreams  of  earthly  bliss 
Such  pure  delight  impart. 

3  How  merciful  and  kind  thou  art 

Thy  goodness  to  reveal  ; 
Bind  up,  0  Lord,  the  broken  heart, 
The  wounded  spirit  heal. 


4  Let  thy  bright  presence,  Lord,  restore 
Peace  to  the  anxious  breast ; 
Conduct  me  in  the  path  that  leads 
To  everlasting  rest. 


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FAITH  AXD   TKUST. 


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ACl      /"I REAT  refuge  of  the  weary  soul, 
^-*     On  tliee,  when  sorrows  rise  : 
On  thee,  when  waves  of  trouble  roll, 
My  fainting  hope  relies. 

2  To  thee  I  tell  each  rising  grief, 

For  thou  alone  canst  heal : 
Thy  Word  can  bring  a  sure  relief, 
For  every  pain  I  feel. 

3  O,  gracious  God,  where  shall  I  flee  ? 

Thou  art  my  only  trust  ; 
And  still  my  soul  would  cleave  to  thee, 
Though  prostrate  in  the  dust. 


4  Thy  mercy  seat  is  open  still, 
There  let  my  soul  retreat  : 
With  humble  hope  attend  thy  will, 
And  wait  before  thy  feet. 


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Hope  of  the  dreary, 

Light  of  the  glad  ; 
Home  of  the  stranger, 

Strength  to  the  end, 
Refuge  from  danger, 

Saviour  and  Friend  ! 


When  my  feet  stumble, 

To  thee  I'll  cry, 
Crown  of  the  humble, 

Cross  of  the  high  ; 
When  my  steps  wander, 

Over  me  bend 
Truer  and  fonder, 

Saviour  and  Friend. 


2  Pillow  where  lying 

Love  rests  its  head, 
Peace  of  the  dying, 

Life  of  the  dead  : 
Path  of  the  lowly, 

Prize  at  the  end, 
Breath  of  the  holy, 

Saviour  and  Friend  ! 


4  Ever  confessing 
Thee,  I  will  raise 
Unto  thee  blessing, 
Glory  and  praise : 
All  my  endeavor, 

World  without  end, 
Thine  to  be  ever, 
Saviour  and  Friend. 


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^     I  lift  my  soul  to  thee  ; 
In  all  niy  sorrows,  conflicts,  woes, 

Good  Lord,  remember  me. 
If  trials  sore  obstruct  my  way 

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Good  Lord,  remember  me  ! 

2  Whene'er  distressed  by  pain  or  grief 

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Good  Lord,  remember  me  ! 

3  If  on  my  face,  for  thy  dear  Xame, 

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If  thou  remember  me  ! 
And  when  thy  love  shall  call  me  hence 

Thy  brighter  world  to  see, 
Be  thou  my  haven  and  defense, 

Good  Lord,  remember  me  ! 


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^      Let  me  to  thy  bosom  fly, 
While  the  nearer  waters  roll, 
While  the  tempest  still  is  high  ; 

2  Hide  me,  O  my  Saviour,  hide, 

Till  the  storm  of  life  is  past, 
Safe  into  the  haven  guide, 
O  receive  my  soul  at  last. 

3  Other  refuge  have  I  none  ; 

Hangs  my  helpless  soul  on  thee  : 
Leave,  O  leave  me  not  alone  ; 
Still  support  and  comfort  me  : 


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All  my  help  from  thee  I  bring  ; 
Cover  my  defenceless  head 
With  the  shadow  of  thy  wing. 


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'  '     Saviour,  unto  thee  I  cry. 
Dangers  everywhere  attend, 
Let  thine  arm  my  soul  defend. 

2  Round  me  troops  of  foes  I  see, 
Help  can  come  from  none  but  thee  ; 
Be  my  constant  strength  and  stay, 
Guard  me  in  the  evil  day  ! 

3  Thy  protecting  care  I  crave, 
Power  is  thine,  0  Lord,  to  save  ; 
Matchless  wonders  thou  hast  wrought, 
Far  beyond  the  reach  of  thought. 

4  Let  thy  gracious  hand  impart 
Strength  and  comfort  to  my  heart ! 
Ever  keep  me  near  to  thee, 

Till  I'm  called  thy  face  to  see. 

5  0  that  home,  eternal,  blest, 

,  Where  the  soul  shall  find  its  rest ;  ' 
Lord,  till  that  transporting  day, 
Onward  lead  me  in  thy  way. 


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Sweetly  draw  me  by  thy  love. 

2  Earnest  thou  of  heavenly  rest, 
Comfort  of  the  troubled  breast ; 
Life  and  joy  to  me  impart, 
Take  to  thee  my  wandering  heart. 


3  Thou,  blest  Shepherd  of  the  sheep, 
Wilt  thine  own  in  safety  keep  ; 
All  my  doubts  and  fears  control, 
Till  thy  love  shall  make  me  whole. 

4  Thou,  0  Lord,  in  death's  dark  night, 
Be  my  hope,  my  strength,  my  light ; 
Thou  my  rock,  my  anchor  fast, 
Thou  my  blessed  haven  at  last. 


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My  love,  my  faith,  my  hope  increase, 
And  make  me  in  thy  likeness  shine. 

2  With  single  eye  and  humble  mind, 

Thy  will  in  all  things  may  I  see  ! 
In  love  be  every  wish  resigned, 

And  hallowed  every  thought  to  thee  ! 

3  Close  by  thy  side  0  keep  me  still, 

Howe'er  life's  various  currents  flow  ; 
With  steadfast  eye  to  mark  thy  will, 
And  follow  thee  where'er  I  go. 


4  Thou,  Lord,  the  dreadful  fight  hast  won  ; 
Alone  hast  thou  the  wine-press  trod. 
Thy  hand  shall  lead  me  safely  on  : 
Mighty  to  save  art  thou,  my  God. 


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Perish,  every  fond  ambition, 

All  I've  sought  or  hoped  or  known, 
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2  I  have  called  thee,  Abba,  Father  ! 

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Nearer,  my  God,  to  thee, 

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Nearer,  my  God,  to  thee, 
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2  By  thee  I  am  supplied 

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Thou  art  my  Shepherd  and  my  Guide, 
In  all  the  way  I  go. 

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2  Though  hosts  encamp  around  me, 

Firm  to  the  fight  I  stand  ; 
What  terror  can  confound  me 
With  God  at  my  right  hand? 

3  Place  on  the  Lord  reliance, 

My  soul,  with  homage  wait ; 
His  truth  be  thine  affiance 
When  faint  and  desolate. 


4  His  might  thy  heart  shall  strengthen, 
His  love  thy  joy  increase  ; 
Mercy  thy  days  shall  lengthen, 
The  Lord  will  give  thee  peace. 


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2  He  every-where  has  sway, 

And  all  things  serve  his  might : 
His  every  act  pure  blessing  is, 
His  path  unsullied  light. 

3  Still  heavy  is  thine  heart  ? 

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And  every  care  be  gone. 

4  Leave  to  his  sovereign  sway 

To  choose  and  to  command  ; 
So  shalt  thou  wondering  own  his  way: 
How  wise,  how  strong  his  hand  ! 

5  Blest  is  the  man,  O  God, 

That  stays  himself  on  thee  ! 
Who  waits  for  thy  salvation,  Lord, 
Shall  thy  salvation  see  ! 


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2  On  thy  compassion  I  rely, 

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3  Safe  in  thine  all  sufficient  love, 

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Oh,  let  my  soul  abound  in  hope, 
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2  Smooth  let  it  be  or  rough, 

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Right  onward  to  thy  rest. 

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5  Not  mine,  not  mine  the  choice, 

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J~L     How  kind  his  precepts  are  ; 
Come,  cast  your  burdens  on  the  Lord, 
And  trust  his  constant  care. 

2  His  bounty  will  provide, 

His  people  safely  dwell ; 
The  hand  which  bears  creation  up 
Shall  guard  his  children  well. 

3  Why  should  this  anxious  load 

Press  down  your  weary  mind  ? 
O  seek  your  heavenly  Father's  throne 
And  peace  and  comfort  find. 


4  His  goodness  stands  approved, 
Unchanged  from  day  to  day  ; 
I'll  drop  my  burden  at  his  feet, 
And  bear  a  song  away. 


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62      0  ^^  °^  kings,  beneath  thy  wings 
\J     My  soul  would  still  repose  ; 
My  refuge  sure  my  strength  secure, 
Against  surrounding  foes  ! 

2  Thy  wondrous  ways  to  grateful  praise, 

Shall  move  my  heart  and  tongue  ; 
By  hosts  above  thy  deeds  of  love, 
In  joyful  notes  are  sung. 

3  May  I  proclaim  thy  sacred  name, 

By  living,  Lord,  to  thee  ! 
Then  shall  I  rise  above  the  skies, 
And  thy  perfections  see. 

4  0  who  can  tell  what  glories  dwell, . 

Around  the  eternal  throne  ! 
There  joys  divine,  that  ne'er  decline, 
Are  by  the  righteous  known. 


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™  »       Be  my  vain  wishes  stilled, 
And  may  this  consecrated  hour 
With  better  hopes  be  filled. 

2  Thy  love  the  power  of  thought  bestowed  ; 

To  thee  my  thoughts  would  soar  ■ 
Thy  mercy  o'er  my  life  has  flowed, 
That  mercy  I  adore. 

3  In  each  event  of  life,  how  clear 

Thy  ruling  hand  I  see  ! 
Each  blessing  to  my  soul  more  dear 
Because  conferred  by  thee. 


4  In  every  joy  that  crowns  my  days, 
In  every  pain  I  bear, 
My  heart  shall  find  delight  in  praise, 
Or  seek  relief  in  prayer. 


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5  When  gladness  wings  niy  favored  hour, 

Thy  love  my  thoughts  shall  fill  ; 
Resigned,  when  storms  of  sorrow  lower, 
My  soul  shall  meet  thy  will. 

6  My  lifted  eye,  without  a  tear, 

The  gathering  storm  shall  see  ; 
My  steadfast  heart  shall  know  no  fear, 
That  heart  shall  rest  on  thee. 


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2  Give  me  a  calm,  a  thankful  heart, 

From  every  murmur  free  ; 
The  blessings  of  thy  love  impart, 
That  I  may  live  in  thee. 

3  0  let  the  hope  that  thou  art  mine 

My  path  of  life  attend  ; 
Thy  presence  through  my  journey  shine, 
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2  Teach  me  some  melodious  measure 

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Fill  my  soul  with  sacred  pleasure, 
While  I  sing  thy  boundless  love. 

3  Thou  didst  seek  me  when  a  stranger, 

Wandering  from  the  fold  of  God, 
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Bore  thyself  affliction's  rod. 


4  By  thy  hand  redeemed,  defended, 

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2  Thou  spread'st  the  curtains  of  the  night, 

Great  Guardian  of  our  sleeping  hours  ; 
Thy  sovereign  word  restores  the  light, 
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To  thee  I  consecrate  my  days  ; 
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For  thou  art  love  divine. 


2  In  thee  I  place  my  trust, 

On  thee  I  calmly  rest, 
I  know  thee  good,  I  know  thee  just 
And  count  thy  choice  the  best. 

3  Whate'er  events  betide, 

Thy  will  they  all  perform  ; 
Safe  in  thy  breast  my  head  I  hide, 
Nor  fear  the  coming  storm. 

4  .Let  good  or  ill  befall, 

It  must  be  good  for  me  ; 
Secure  of  having  thee  in  all, 
Of  having  all  in  thee. 


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^  '       And  whom  on  earth  beside  ? 
Where  else  for  succor  can  we  flee, 
Or  in  whose  strength  confide  ? 

2  Thou  art  our  portion  here  below, 
Our  promised  rest  above  ; 
Ne'er  may  our  souls  an  object  know, 
So  precious  as  thy  love. 


3  Thou,  Lord,  wilt  be  our  guide  through  life, 
And  help  and  strength  supply  ; 
Sustain  us  in  earth's  final  strife, 


And  welcome  us  on  high. 


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He  'neath  th'  Almighty's  wing  abideth 

Safe  and  unmoved  in  evil  days. 
Who  trusts  in  God's  unchanging  love, 
Builds  on  a  rock  that  none  can  move. 


2  O  man,  cease  from  thy  restless  yearning, 
And  wait  in  cheerful  hope,  content 
To  take  what  his  all-wise  discerning, 

His  perfect  love  to  thee  has  sent. 
No  doubt  our  inmost  wants  are  known 
To  him  who  calleth  us  his  own. 


DIYIXE   PEOYIDEXCE. 


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He  knows  when  best  the  joyful  hour, 
He  sends  it  as  he  sees  it  meet  ; 

When  thou  hast  proved  thy  spirit's  power, 
And  art  made  free  from  all  deceit, 

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2  Vain  temptation's  wily  snare  ; 

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Harmless  flies  the  shaft  by  day, 
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3  When  they  wake,  or  when  they  sleep, 

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Faith  and  love  can  never  fear. 


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He  will  all  thy  wants  supply. 


2  He  thy  soul  will  safely  lead  : 

In  his  tender  love  confide  ! 
Call  on  him  in  time  of  need  ; 
He  will  be  thy  Guard  and  Guide. 

3  Lord,  I  would,  I  do  submit, 

Gladly  yield  my  all  to  thee  : 
What  thy  wisdom  seeth  fit, 
Surely  must  be  best  for  me. 


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And  guards  my  sweet  repose. 


3  Dear  Shepherd,  if  I  stray, 
My  wandering  feet  restore, 
And  guard  me  with  thy  watchful  eye, 
And  let  me  rove  no  more. 


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^J    His  wonders  to  perform  ; 
He  plants  Ms  footsteps  in  the  sea, 
And  rides  upon  the  storm. 

2  Judge  not  the  Lord  by  feeble  sense 

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Behind  a  frowning  providence 
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3  His  purposes  will  ripen  fast, 

Unfolding  every  hour : 
The  bud  may  have  a  bitter  taste, 
But  sweet  will  be  the  flower. 


4  Blind  unbelief  is  sure  to  err, 
And  scan  his  work  in  vain  ; 
God  is  his  own  interpreter, 
And  he  will  make  it  plain. 


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*J     Our  hope  for  years  to  couie, 
Our  shelter  from  the  stormy  blast, 
And  our  eternal  home  : 


2  Beneath  the  shadow  of  thy  throne 

Thy  people  dwell  secure  ; 
Sufficient  is  thine  arm  alone, 
And  our  defense  is  sure. 

3  Before  the  earth  in  order  stood, 

Or  men  had  learned  thy  name, 
From  everlasting  thou  art  God, 
To  endless  years  the  same. 


4  0  Lord,  our  help  in  ages  past, 
Our  hope  for  years  to  come  ; 
Be  thou  our  guard  while  troubles  last, 

And  cur  eternal  home  !  IV. 


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^J     When  storms  of  sharp  distress  invade  ; 
Ere  we  can  offer  our  complaints, 
Behold  him  present  with  his  aid. 


2  There  is  a  stream,  whose  gentle  flow 

Supplies  the  city  of  our  God  : 
Life,  love,  and  joy  still  gliding  through, 
And  watering  our  divine  abode. 

3  That  sacred  stream,  thy  holy  Word, 

Supports  our  faith,  our  fear  controls  : 
Sweet  peace  thy  promises  afford, 

And  give  new  strength  to  fainting  souls. 

4  Zion  enjoys  her  Saviour's  love, 

Secure  against  a  threatening  hour  ; 
Nor  can  her  firm  foundation  move, 

Built  on  his  truth,  and  armed  with  power. 


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>70      TjlATHER  of  mercies,  in  thy  Word, 
JL      What  grace  and  glory  shine  ! 
Forever  be  thy  name  adored 
For  wisdom  so  divine. 

2  The  tree  of  life  here  fruitful  grows, 

Adorned  with  healing  leaves  : 
Sublimer  sweets  than  nature  knows 
The  hungry  soul  receives. 

3  O  may  these  heavenly  pages  be 

My  ever  dear  delight ; 
And  still  new  beauties  may  I  see, 
And  still  increasing  light. 

4  Divine  Instructor,  gracious  Lord, 

Be  thou  forever  near  ; 
Teach  me  to  love  thy  holy  Word, 
And  view  thy  glory  there. 


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* '      Majestic,  like  the  sun  : 
It  gives  a  light  to  every  age  ; 
It  gives,  but  borrows  none. 

2  The  power  that  gave  it  still  supplies 

The  gracious  light  and  heat : 
Its  truths  upon  the  nations  rise  ; 
They  rise,  no  more  to  set. 

3  Let  everlasting  thanks  be  thine 

For  such  a  bright  display, 
As  makes  a  world  of  darkness  shine 
With  beams  of  heavenly  day. 


4  My  soul  rejoices  to  pursue 
The  steps  of  him  I  love, 
Till  glory  break  upon  my  view 
In  brighter  worlds  above. 


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Who  its  truth,  believeth 
Light  and  joy  receiveth. 

2  When  our  foes  are  near  us, 
Then  thy  Word  doth  cheer  us, 
Word  of  consolation, 
Message  of  salvation. 

3  When  the  storms  are  o'er  us, 
And  dark  clouds  before  us, 
Then  its  light  directeth 
And  our  way  protecteth. 

4  Who  can  tell  the  pleasure, 
Who  recount  the  treasure, 
By  thy  Word  imparted 
To  the  simple-hearted  ? 

5  Word  of  mercy,  giving 
Succor  to  the  living  ; 
Word  of  life,  supplying 
Comfort  to  the  dying  ! 

6  Oh  that  we,  discerning 
Its  most  holy  learning, 
Lord,  may  love  and  fear  thee, 
Evermore  be  near  thee  ! 


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*J     For  all  thy  wond'rous  grace, 
Thy  kind  and  condescending  ways 
To  our  poor  fallen  race. 

2  Thou  hast  thy  love  reveal'd 

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Thy  Holy  Book  of  truth  unseal'd, 
To  our  astonish'd  view. 

3  We  wander  now  no  more 

Where  darkening  errors  lead  : 
But  truth  by  light  divine  explore, 
And  wonder  while  we  read. 


4  Lord,  we  adore  thy  name 

For  light  and  truth  divine  ! 
From  thee  the  welcome  mercies  came, 
And  be  the  glory  thine  ! 


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By  doctrine  from  his  Word,  he  leads 
To  everlasting  bliss. 

2  The  Lord  our  Saviour  is  the  Truth, 
The  inward,  shining  Light, 
That  reason  guides,  and  gives  to  faith 
The  evidence  of  sight. 


3  The  Lord  our  Saviour  is  the  Life 

Of  every  soul  that  lives  ; 
And  everlasting  life,  to  those 
Who  keep  his  Word,  he  gives. 

4  Jesus,  my  Way,  my  Truth,  my  Life, 

My  God,  my  All  in  all ; 
At  thy  blest  feet,  in  humble  love, 
And  lowly  fear,  I  fall. 


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^J      Zion,  city  of  our  God  ; 
He  whose  word  cannot  be  broken 

Formed  thee  for  his  own  abode  ; 
On  the  Rock  of  ages  founded, 

What  can  shake  thy  sure  repose  ? 
With  salvation's  walls  surrounded, 

Thou  may'st  smile  at  all  thy  foes. 


THE    CHURCH. 


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See,  the  streams  of  living  waters, 

Springing  from  eternal  love, 
Still  supply  thy  sons  and  daughters, 

And  all  fear  of  want  remove  : 
Who  can  faint  while  such  a  river, 

Ever  flows  our  thirst  t'assuage  ? 
Blessings  which,  like  God,  the  giver, 

Never  fail,  from  age  to  age. 


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TRIUMPHANT  ZION,  lift  thy  head 
From  dust,  and  darkness,  and  the.  dead  ; 
Though  humbled  long,  awake  at  length, 
And  gird  thee  with  thy  Saviour's  strength. 

2  Put  all  thy  beauteous  garments  on, 
And  let  thine  excellence  be  known  ; 
Decked  in  the  robes  of  righteousness, 
Thy  glories  shall  the  world  confess. 

3  No  more  shall  foes  unclean  invade, 
And  fill  thy  hallowed  walls  with  dread  ; 
No  more  shall  sin's  insulting  host 
Their  victory  and  thy  sorrows  boast. 

4  The  Lord  on  high  has  heard  thy  prayer  ; 
His  hand  thy  ruin  shall  repair  ; 

Nor  will  thy  watchful  monarch  cease 
To  guard  thee  in  eternal  peace. 


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Angels  own  no  other  King  ; 
Crown  him,  mortals,  in  your  strains, 
While  his  matchless  grace  you  sing  ! 
Angels  wake  their  lofty  lays, 
Kindled  from  celestial  fires  ; 
Humbler  spirits  bid  his  praise 
Sweetly  flow  from  silver  lyres. 

Catch,  O  catch  the  pleasing  strain  ! 
Gratitude  demands  the  song  : 
Jesus  builds  his  church  again  ; 
Lays  her  deep  foundations  strong. 


THE   CHURCH. 


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Truth  divine  her  walls  supports  : 
Love  has  paved  her  streets  of  gold  : 
See  her  jasper  towers  and  courts  ! — 
Gates  of  pearl  that  never  fold  ! 

Pilgrims,  enter  and  rejoice  ! 
Here  your  Saviour  holds  his  throne  : 
'Tis  the  city  of  his  choice  : 
'Tis  the  church  he  calls  his  own. 
Precious  gems,  of  various  hue, 
Brightly  shine  on  every  side  : 
Come,  the  splendid  glories  view  ! 
Come,  and  in  his  courts  abide  ! 


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The  holy  city  see  : 
Its  happy  gates  wide  open  stand  : 
To  enter  all  are  free. 

2  One  bright,  eternal  day 

Shall  in  the  city  reign, 
Darkness  and  death  are  fled  away, 
Ne'er  to  return  again. 

3  0  blessed,  happy  state  ! 

O  Lord,  we  thankful  come, 
Low  at  thy  footstool  humbly  wait, 
And  make  thy  church  our  home. 


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But  O  the  joy  upon  the  shore, 
To  tell  our  voyage  perils  o'er  ! 

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3  No  more  the  foe  can  harm  : 

No  more  of  leagur'd  camp, 
And  cry  of  night  alarm, 

And  need  of  ready  lamp  : 
And  yet  how  nearly  had  he  fail'd, — 
How  nearly  had  that  foe  prevailed  ! 


HEAVED. 


283 


The  exile  is  at  home  ! 

O  nights  and  days  of  tears, 
0  longings  not  to  roam, 

0  sins,  and  doubts,  and  fears  ; 
What  matter  now  this  bitter  fray  ? 
The  King  has  wiped  those  tears  away. 


Amen. 


gg      pHILDREN  of  the  heavenly  King, 
^  As  ye  journey,  sweetly  sing  : 
Sing  your  Saviour's  worthy  praise, 
Glorious  in  his  works  and  ways. 

2  Ye  are  traveling  home  to  God, 
In  the  way  the  fathers  trod  ; 
They  are  happy  now,  and  ye 
Soon  their  happiness  shall  see. 

3  Shout,  ye  little  flock,  and  blest  ; 
Soon  you'll  enter  into  rest ; 
There  your  seat  is  now  prepared, 
There  your  kingdom  and  reward. 

4  Lord,  submissive  make  us  go, 
Gladly  leaving  all  below  ; 
Only  thou  our  leader  be, 
And  we  still  will  follow  thee. 


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*J    0  heavenly  land  of  promise  !  the  weary  pilgrim's  rest ; 
Safe  through  the  thorny  journey  ;  freed  from  the  strife  of  sin  ; 
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HEAYEX.  285 

2  What  peace  beyond  all  telling  ;  what  joy,  for  them  whose  feet 
Stand  by  tlie  crystal  river,  and  walk  the  golden  street  ! 
With  boughs  of  palms,  like  victors,  arrayed  in  robes  of  white, 
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light. 

3  They  thirst  not,  neither  hunger,  who  gain  that  bright  abode. 
With  oil  of  love  anointed  ;  as  kings  and  priests  to  God. 

0  dear  and  blessed  vision  ;  the  Seer  of  Patmos  tells  ! 
What  glad  and  hopeful  tidings,  the  prophets  voice  reveals. 

4  Behold  the  Tabernacle  of  God  is  now  with  men  : 

And  He  will  dwell  among  them  and  heal  their  grief  and  pain, 
And  he  that  overcometh  shall  be  the  Father's  heir, 
Within  the  glorious  city  !  and  dwell  forever  there. 

gg  rriHOU  City  of  the  angels,  thou  City  of  the  Lord, 
-L    Whose  everlasting  music  is  e'er  in  sweet  accord ; 
Jerusalem,  exulting  on  that  securest  shore, 
I 'hope  thee,  wish  thee,  sing  thee,  and  love  thee  evermore. 

2  0  fields  that  know  no  sorrow  !  O  state  that  fears  no  strife  ! 
0  princely  bowers,  0  land  of  flowers,  0  realm  and  home  of 

Life  ! 
There,  through  the  sacred  lilies,  and  flowers  on  every  side, 
The  happy  ransomed  people  go  wandering  far  and  wide. 

3  0  one,  0  only  Mansion  !     O  Paradise  of  joy  ! 

Where  tears  are  ever  banished  and  smiles  have  no  alloy  ; 
With  jasper  glow  thy  bulwarks,  thy  streets  with  emeralds 

blaze, 
The  sardius  and  the  topaz  unite  in  thee  their  rays. 

4  Thou  hast  no  night,  fair  heaven  ;  thou  hast  no  time,  bright 

day  ! 
Dear  fountain  of  refreshment  to  pilgrims  far  away  ! 
F/pon  the  Rock  of  Ages  they  raise  thy  holy  tower  ; 
Thine  is  the  victor's  laurel,  and  thine  the  golden  dower. 

5  0  sweet  and  blessed  country,  the  home  of  God's  elect  ! 
O  sweet  and  blessed  country  that  eager  hearts  expect  ! 
In  mercy,  Saviour,  bring  us  to  that  dear  land  of  rest, 
Who  art  our  heavenly  Father  and  Saviour  ever  blest. 


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Every  tear  is  wiped  away, 

Sighs  no  more  shall  heave  the  breast, 
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Sorrow  in  eternal  rest. 


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O  calm  of  all  the  blest ! 
Inviolate,  unvaried, 

Divinest,  sweetest,  best, 

2  Yes,  peace  !  for  war  is  over  ; 

Yes,  calm  !  for  storm  is  past ; 
And  goal  from  finished  labor, 
And  anchorage  at  last. 

3  O  happy,  holy  portion, 

Refection  for  the  blest ! 
True  vision  of  true  beauty, 
Sweet  cure  of  all  distrest ! 

4  Strive,  man,  to  win  that  glory  ! 

Toil,  man,  to  gain  that  light  ! 
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J-     Where  God  the  Saviour  reigns  ; 
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2  There  everlasting  spring  abides, 

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Death,  like  a  narrow  sea,  divides 
This  heavenly  land  from  ours. 

3  No  cloud  those  blissful  regions  know, 

Realms  ever  bright  and  fair, 
For  sin,  the  source  of  mortal  woe, 
Can  never  enter  there. 

4  0  may  the  heavenly  prospects  fire 

Our  hearts  with  ardent  love, 
Till  wings  of  faith  and  strong  desire 
Bear  every  thought  above. 


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Q9      mHINE  earthly  Sabbaths,  Lord,  we  love  ; 
J-  But  there's  a  nobler  rest  above  : 
To  that  our  longing  souls  aspire, 
With  cheerful  hope,  and  strong  desire. 

2  No  more  fatigue,  no  more  distress, 

Nor  sin,  nor  death  shall  reach  the  place  ; 
No  groans  shall  mingle  with  the  songs, 
Which  warble  from  immortal  tongues. 


3  No  rude  alarms  of  raging  foes  ; 
No  cares  to  break  the  long  repose  ; 
No  midnight  shade,  no  clouded  sun  ; 
But  sacred,  high,  eternal  noon. 


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Q3      fpHIS  is  the  day  of  light : 

J-     Let  there  be  light  to-day  ; 
O  Day-spring,  rise  upon  our  night, 
And  chase  its  gloom  away. 

2  This  is  the  day  of  rest : 

Our  failing  strength  renew  ; 
On  weary  brain  and  troubled  breast 
Shed  thou  thy  freshening  dew. 

3  This  is  the  day  of  peace  : 

Thy  peace  our  spirits  fill ; 
Bid  thou  the  blasts  of  discord  cease, 
The  waves  of  strife  be  still. 

4  This  is  the  day  of  prayer  : 

Let  earth  to  heaven  draw  near  , 
Lift  up  our  hearts  to  seek  thee  there 
Come  down  to  meet  us  here. 

5  This  is  the  first  of  days  : 

Send  forth  thy  quickening  breath, 
And  wake  dead  souls  to  love  and  praise, 
O  Vanquisher  of  death  ! 


THE   LORDS    DAY. 


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' »      That  saw  the  Lord  arise  ; 
Welcome  to  this  reviving  breast, 
And  these  rejoicing  eyes. 

2  The  King  himself  comes  near 
And  feasts  his  saints  to-day  ; 
Here  may  we  sit,  and  see  him  here, 
And  love,  and  praise,  and  pray. 


3  One  day  of  prayer  and  praise 

His  sacred  courts  within, 
Is  sweeter  than  ten  thousand  days 
Spent  in  the  ways  of  sin. 

4  My  willing  soul  would  stay 

In  such  a  frame  as  this, 
And  serve  him  in  eternal  day, 
And  everlasting  bliss. 


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■*•'    Our  wakening  and  uprising  prove  ; 
Through  sleep  and  darkness  safely  brought, 
Restored  to  life,  and  power,  and  thought. 

2  New  mercies,  each  returning  day, 
Hover  around  us  while  we  pray  ; 
New  perils  past,  new  sins  forgiven, 

New  thoughts  of  God,  new  hopes  of  heaven. 

3  If  on  our  daily  course  our  mind 
Be  set  to  hallow  all  we  find, 

New  treasures  still,  of  countless  price 
God  will  provide  for  sacrifice. 

4  'The  trivial  round,  the  common  task, 

Will  furnish  all  we  need  to  ask, 
Room  to  deny  ourselves,  a  road 
To  bring  us  daily  nearer  God. 

5  Only,  0  Lord,  in  thy  dear  love 
Fit  us  for  perfect  rest  above  ; 
And  help  us,  this  and  every  day, 

To  live  more  nearly  as  we  pray.  III. 


MORNING. 


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-Li   We  lift  our  hearts  to  God  on  high  : 

That  he,  in  all  we  do  or  say, 

Would  keep  us  free  from  harm  to-day. 

2  Would  guard  our  hearts  and  tongues  from  strife, 
From  anger's  din  would  hide  our  life  : 
From  all  ill  sights  would  turn  our  eyes  : 
Would  close  our  ears  from  vanities. 

8  Would  keep  our  inmost  conscience  pure, 
Our  souls  from  folly  would  secure  ; 
Would  bid  us  check  the  pride  of  sense 
With  due  and  holy  abstinence. 

4  So  we,  when  this  new  day  is  gone, 
'  And  night,  in  turn,  is  drawing  on, 
With  conscience  by  the  world  unstained, 
Shall  praise  his  name  for  victory  gained.  II. 


294 


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Q>7      OHINE  forth,  0  Sun  of  boundless  love, 
^J  The  night  within  our  souls  remove  ; 
Be  thou  our  Light,  be  thou  our  Guide, 
O'er  every  thought  and  step  preside. 

2  The  light  of  truth  to  us  display, 

That  we  may  know  and  choose  thy  way  ; 
Plant  holy  fear  within  each  heart, 
That  we  may  ne'er  from  God  depart. 

II.  Noonday. 

1  f\  GOD  of  truth,  O  Lord  of  might, 

^  Who  orderest  time  and  change  aright, 
And  sendest  the  early  morning  ray, 
And  lightest  the  glow  of  perfect  day. 

2  Extinguish  thou  each  sinful  fire, 
And  banish  every  ill  desire  ; 

And  while  thou  keepest  the  body  whole, 
Shed  forth  thy  peace  upon  the  soul. 

III.  Evening. 

1  A  THOU  true  life  of  all  that  live, 

*J     Who  dost  unmoved  all  motion  sway  ; 
Who  dost  the  morn  and  evening  give, 
And  through  its  changes  guide  the  day. 


III. 


EVENING. 


295 


2  Thy  light  upon  our  evening  pour, 
So  may  our  souls  no  sunset  see  ; 
And  death  to  us  an  open  door, 
To  an  eternal  morning  be. 


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^     Ere  repose  our  spirits  seal ; 
Sin  and  want  we  come  confessing, 
Thou  canst  save  and  thou  canst  heal. 


2  Though  destruction  walk  around  us, 

Though  the  arrows  past  us  fly, 
Angel  guards  from  thee  surround  us, 
We  are  safe,  if  thou  art  nigh. 

3  Though  the  night  be  dark  and  dreary, 

Darkness  cannot  hide  from  thee  ; 
Thou  art  he  who,  never  weary, 

Watchest  where  thy  people  be.  IX. 


296 


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^  It  is  not  night  if  thou  be  near  ; 
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2  When  the  soft  dews  of  kindly  sleep 
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Be  my  last  thought,  how  sweet  to  rest 
With  thy  divine  protection  blest. 

3  Abide  with  me  from  morn  till  eve, 
For  without  thee  I  can  not  live  ; 
Abide  with  me  when  night  is  nigh, 
For  without  thee  I  dare  not  die. 

4  If  some  poor  wandering  child  of  thine, 
Have  spurned,  to-day,  the  voice  divine, 
Now,  Lord,  the  gracious  work  begin, 
Let  him  no  more  lie  down  in  sin. 

5  Come  near,  and  bless  us  when  we  wake, 
Ere  through  the  world  our  way  we  take  ; 
Till,  in  the  ocean  of  thy  love, 

We  lose  ourselves  in  heaven  above. 


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Lord,  I  would  commune  with  thee. 
Thou  whose  all -pervading  eye 
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Pardon  each  infirmity, 
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J-'     Thy  word  into  our  minds  instill ; 
And  make  our  lukewarm  hearts  to  glow 
With  lowly  love  and  fervent  will. 

2  The  day  is  gone,  its  hours  have  run, 

And  thou  hast  taken  count  of  all, 
The  scanty  triumphs  grace  hath  won, 
The  broken  vow,  the  frequent  fall. 

3  Grant  us,  dear  Lord,  from  evil  ways 

True  absolution  and  release  ; 
And  bless  us,  more  than  in  past  days, 
With  purity  and  inward  peace. 


4  Do  more  than  pardon  ;  give  us  joy, 
Sweet  fear,  and  sober  liberty, 
And  simple  hearts  without  alloy 
That  only  long  to  be  like  thee. 


EVENIKG. 


299 


5  Labor  is  sweet,  for  thou  hast  toiled  ; 

And  care  is  light,  for  thou  hast  cared  ; 
Ah  !  never  let  our  works  be  soiled 
With  strife,  or  by  deceit  ensnared. 

6  For  all  we  love,  the  poor,  the  sad, 

The  sinful,  unto  thee  we  call ; 
O  let  thy  mercy  make  us  glad  ; 
Thou  art  our  Jesus,  and  our  All. 


II. 


102      P  LORY  to  thee,  my  God,  this  night, 
U*  For  all  the  blessings  of  the  light : 
Keep  me,  0  keep  me,  King  of  kings, 
Beneath  the  shadow  of  thy  wings. 

2  Forgive,  dear  Lord,  thou  holy  One, 
The  ills  that  I  this  day  have  done  ; 
That  with  myself,  the  world,  and  thee, 
I,  ere  I  sleep,  at  peace  may  be. 

3  Lord,  let  my  soul  forever  share 
The  bliss  of  thy  paternal  care  : 

'T  is  heaven  on  earth,  't  is  heaven  above, 
To  see  thy  face,  and  feel  thy  love. 


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And,  framing  nature's  depth  and  height, 
Didst  with  the  new-born  light  begin  ; 

2  Who  gently  blending  eve  with  morn, 

And  morn  with  eve,  didst  call  them  day  ; 
Thick  flows  the  flood  of  darkness  down  : 
O  hear  us  while  to  thee  we  pray. 

3  Keep  thou  our  souls  from  schemes  of  crime, 

Nor  guilt  remorseful  let  them  know  ; 
Xor  thinking  on  the  things  of  time 
Into  eternal  darkness  go. 

4  Teach  us  to  knock  at  heaven's  high  door  ; 

Teach  us  the  prize  of  life  to  win  ; 
Teach  us  all  evil  to  abhor, 
And  purify  ourselves  within. 


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104  "BEFORE  the  ending  of  the  day, 
JJ  Creator  of  the  world,  we  pray 
That  with  thy  wonted  favor  thou 
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2  From  all  ill  dreams  defend  our  eyes, 
From  evil  fears  and  phantasies  ; 
Tread  under  foot  our  spirit's  foe, 
That  no  temptation  we  may  know. 


3  Grant  that  we  ask,  Almighty  Lord, 
Jesus  the  Christ  alone  adored, 
Blest  fulness  of  the  Trinity, 
Reigning  on  high,  eternally. 


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*J    Thou  King  of  kings,  and  Lord  of  lords  above, 
Eternal,  self-existent,  and  divine, 
In  thee  ineffable  perfections  shine  : 
On  thy  unchanging  love  our  souls  depend, 
Almighty  Father  and  Eternal  Friend  ! 


EVENING.  303 

2  From  thee,  great  Spring  of  uncreated  might, 
The  vast  resplendent  orbs  of  glowing  light, 
And  all  created  beings  take  their  rise, 

That  walk  the  earth,  or  dwell  above  the  skies. 
Profusely  wide  unnumber'd  blessings  flow  ; 
Heaven  they  enrich,  and  gladden  earth  below. 

3  In  thy  wide  grasp,  and  comprehensive  eye, 
Worlds  upon  worlds,  and  suns  unnumber'd,  lie  ; 
Systems  enclosed  in  thy  perception  roll, 
Whose  all-informing  mind  directs  the  whole  : 
Led  by  thy  hand,  their  certain  ways  they  know, 
Placed  in  that  sight  from  whence  they  cannot  go. 

4  Around  thy  throne  the  flaming  seraphs  stand, 
And  touch  the  golden  lyre  with  trembling  hand, 
Transported  with  the  ardors  of  thy  praise, 

The  holy,  holy,  holy  anthem  raise. 

To  them,  responsive,  let  creation  sing 

The  omnipresent  and  almighty  King  !     Amen. 


1  Ofi      TT^k  !  gladdening  Light,  of  that  pure  glory  poured 
-*~L     Which  is  the  Love  eternal,  heavenly,  blest, 
Holiest  of  holies,  Jesus  Christ  our  Lord  ! 
Now  are  we  come  to  the  sun's  hour  of  rest. 
All  times  are  ordered  by  thy  word  alone, 
Therefore  the  day  and  night  thy  glories  own. 

2  The  lights  of  evening  now  around  us  shine ; 
We  hymn  the  blest  Humanity  Divine. 
Worthiest  art  thou  at  all  times  to  be  sung, 
By  grateful  hearts,  with  undefiled  tongue. 
Thou  art  the  Lord  :  giver  of  life,  alone, 
Therefore  shall  all  the  worlds  thy  glories  own.   Amen. 


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And  met,  Lord  Jesus,  in  thy  name, 
So  in  thy  name  we  part. 

2  Nearer  to  thee  our  spirits  lead, 
And  still  thy  love  bestow, 
Till  thou  hast  made  us  free  indeed, 
Through  trial,  here  below. 


3  "SYhen  to  the  right  or  left  we  stray, 
Leave  us  not  comfortless, 
But  guide  our  feet  into  the  way 
Of  everlasting  peace. 


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CLOSE   OF   WORSHIP. 


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108      QUPPLIAXT>  lo  !  tt*J  children  bend, 
^     Father,  for  thy  blessing  now  ; 
Thon  canst  teacli  us,  guide,  defend  ; 
We  are  weak,  almighty  thou  ! 


2  With  the  peace  thy  Word  imparts 
Be  the  taught  and  teacher  blessed  ; 
In  our  lives  and  in  our  hearts, 
Father,  be  thy  laws  impressed. 


3  Pour  into  each  longing  mind 

Light  and  knowledge  from  above, 
Charity  for  all  mankind, 
Trusting  faith,  enduring  love. 


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-L^  Lord,  to  thee  our  prayers  ascend  ; 
Servants  to  our  Master  true, 
We  would  yield  thee  homage  due  ; 
Unto  thee  our  thanks  we  give 
In  whose  life  alone  we  live  ; 
Children,  to  our  God  we  fly  : 
Gracious  Father,  hear  our  cry  ! 


CLOSE   OF   WORSHIP.  307 

From,  the  heavens,  thy  dwelling  place, 
Grant  thy  saving  strength  and  grace  ; 
In  temptation's  dangerous  hour 
Leave  us  not  beneath  its  pow^r  ; 
Keep  us  safe  from  vain  alarms 
In  thine  everlasting  arms  ; 
God,  our  Saviour,  still  be  nigh, 
Lord  of  life  and  victory  ! 

Whilst  our  earthly  path  we  tread, 
May  thy  love  our  footsteps  lead  ! 
When  our  journey  here  is  past, 
May  we  rest  with  thee  at  last ! 
Let  these  earthly  Sabbaths  prove, 
Foretastes  of  our  joys  above  ; 
While  their  steps  thy  pilgrims  bend 
To  the  rest  which  knows  no  end  ! 


1  Q      X?RE  another  day  shall  close, 
-L^  Ere  again  we  seek  repose, 
Lord  !  our  song  ascends  to  thee  ; 
At  thy  feet  we  bow  the  knee. 
For  the  mercies  of  the  day, 
For  this  rest  upon  our  way, 
Thanks  to  thee  alone  be  given, 
Lord  of  earth,  and  King  of  heaven  ? 


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C\  BLEST  Redeemer,  from  thy  radiant  throne, 
^  Where  tongues  angelic  sing  thy  triumphs  won, 
Look  down  on  those  who  bear  thv  sacred  name, 
And  with  thy  glorious  deeds  their  hearts  inflame  ! 


2  Restore  their  ways  !  renew  them,  by  thy  grace, 
Thy  laws  to  follow,  and  thy  steps  to  trace  ; 
Thy  bright  example  to  thy  doctrine  join, 
And  by  their  conduct  prove  their  faith  divine  ! 


CLOSE   OF  WORSHIP.  309 

2  0  be  thy  Providence  their  constant  friend  ! 
Thro'  life  still  guard  them,  and  in  death  attend  ! 
With  everlasting  arms  their  cause  embrace, 
And  crown  the  paths  of  piety  with  peace  ! 

And  O  !  when  call'd  before  their  Judge  divine, 
May  they  in  Zion's  wedding-garments  shine  ; 
With  thee  sit  down,  and  find  their  great  reward, 
In  full  conjunction  with  their  God  and  Lord  ! 


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AVIOUR,  again  to  thy  dear  name  we  raise 
With  one  accord  our  parting  hymn  of  praise  ; 
We  stand  to  bless  thee  ere  our  worship  cease, 
Then,  lowly  kneeling,  wait  thy  word  of  peace. 


2  Grant  us  thy  peace  upon  our  homeward  way  ; 
With  thee  began,  with  thee  shall  end  the  day  ; 
Guard  thou  the  lips  from  sin,  the  hearts  from  shame, 
That  in  this  house  have  called  upon  thy  Name. 

3  Grant  us  thy  peace,  Lord,  thro'  the  coming  night, 
Turn  thou  for  us  its  darkness  into  light ; 

From  harm  and  danger  keep  thy  children  free, 
For  dark  and  light  are  both  alike  to  thee. 

4  Grant  us  thy  peace  throughout  our  earthly  life, 
Our  balm  in  sorrow,  and  our  stay  in  strife  ; 
Then,  when  thy  voice  shall  bid  our  conflict  cease, 
Call  us,  O  Lord,  to  thine  eternal  peace.     Amen, 


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£*-  The  darkness  deepens  ;  Lord  !  with  me  abide 
When  other  helpers  fail  and  comforts  flee, 
Help  of  the  helpless  !  oh  abide  with  me. 

2  Swift  to  its  close  ebbs  out  life's  little  day  ; 
Earth's  joys  grow  dim  ;  its  glories  pass  away  ; 
Change  and  decay  in  all  around  I  see  ; 

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3  I  need  thy  presence  every  passing  hour  ; 

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Who  like  thyself  my  guide  and  stay  can  be  ? 
Through  cloud  and  sunshine,  oh  abide  with  me  ! 


CLOSE   OF  WORSHIP. 


311 


4  Hold  them  thy  Word  before  my  closing  eyes, 

Shine  through  the  gloom  and  point  me  to  the  skies  ; 
Heaven's  morning  breaks  and  earth's  vain  shadows  flee  ; 
In  life,  in  death,  O  Lord  !  abide  with  me. 


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-A^     Fill  our  hearts  with  joy  and  peace  ; 
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Triumph  in  redeeming  grace  : 
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2  Thanks  we  give,  and  adoration, 
For  thy  Gospel's  joyful  sound  ; 
May  the  fruits  of  thy  salvation 
In  our  hearts  and  lives  abound  : 
May  thy  presence, 
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^J      Pilgrim  through  this  barren  land  ; 

I  am  weak,  but  thou  art  mighty  ; 

Hold  me  with  thy  powerful  hand  : 

Bread  of  heaven,  Bread  of  heaven, 

Feed  me  now  and  evermore. 

2  Open,  Lord,  the  crystal  fountain 
Whence  the  living  waters  flow  ; 
Let  the  fiery,  cloudy  pillar 

Guide  me  all  my  journey  through  : 
Strong  Deliverer,  Strong  Deliverer, 
Be  thou  still  my  Strength  and  Shield. 


BAPTISM. 


313 


When  I  tread  the  verge  of  Jordan, 
Bid  my  anxious  fears  subside  ; 

Bear  me  through  the  swelling  current, 
Land  me  safe  on  Canaan's  side  : 

Songs  of  praises,  Songs  of  praises 

I  will  ever  give  to  thee, 


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2  Now,  these  little  ones  receiving, 

Fold  them  in  thy  gracious  arm  ; 
There  we  know,  thy  Word  believing, 
Only  there  secure  from  harm  ! 

3  Never,  from  thy  pasture  roving, 

Let  them  be  the  lion's  prey  ; 
Let  thy  tenderness,  so  loving, 

Keep  them  all  life's  dangerous  way. 

4  Then,  within  thy  fold  eternal, 

Let  them  find  a  resting-place  ; 
Feed  in  pastures  ever  vernal, 
Drink  the  rivers  of  thy  grace  ! 


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May  our  souls  find  peace  and  rest, 
On  our  Saviour  may  we  lean, 
Safe  repose  upon  thy  breast. 


2  Thou  dost  call  us  to  this  feast, 

Thou  hast  said,  "  Remember  me  :" 
May  we  come  with  trustful  hearts, 
Hearts  devoted,  Lord,  to  thee. 


3  May  thy  grace  our  souls  awake  ; 
Make  them  glow  with  holy  love  ; 
While  we  take  the  bread  and  cup, 
Set  our  hearts  on  things  above. 


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THE   HOLY    SUPPER. 


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^J     Thy  presence  niay  we  feel ; 
And,  thus  inspired  with  holy  fear, 
Before  thine  altar  kneel. 

2  Here  may  thy  faithful  people  know 
The  blessings  of  thy  love, 
The  streams  that  through  the  desert  flow, 
The  manna  from  above. 


3  We  come,  obedient  to  thy  word, 

To  feast  on  heavenly  food  ; 
Our  meat,  the  body  of  the  Lord, 
Our  drink,  his  precious  blood. 

4  Thus  may  we  all  thy  words  obey, 

For  we,  O  God,  are  thine  ; 
And  go  rejoicing  on  our  way, 
Renewed  with  strength  divine. 


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119  n  lord  !  and  is  ^ tabie  sPread> 

^     And  doth  thy  cup  with  love  o'erflow  ? 
Thither  be  all  thy  children  led, 
And  let  them  all  its  sweetness  know. 


2  Hail,  sacred  feast  which  Jesus  makes, 

Rich  banquet  of  his  flesh  and  blood  ! 
Thrice  happy  he  who  here  partakes 
That  sacred  stream,  that  heavenly  food. 

3  Oh,  let  thy  table  honored  be, 

And  furnished  well  with  joyful  guests  ; 
And  may  each  soul  salvation  see 
That  here  its  sacred  pledges  tastes. 

4  Nor  let  thy  spreading  gospel  rest 

Till  through  the  world  thy  truth  has  run  ; 
Till  with  this  bread  all  men  be  blest 
Who  see  the  light,  or  feel  the  sun. 


THE   HOLY   SUPPER. 


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Look  on  the  tears  by  sinners  shed  ; 
And  be  thy  feast  to  us  the  token 

That  by  thy  love  our  souls  are  fed.     Amen. 


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121       ^HEPHERD  of  souls,  refresh  and  bless 
*3     Thy  chosen  pilgrim  flock  : 
With  manna  in  the  wilderness, 
With  water  from  the  rock. 


2  We  would  not  live  by  bread  alone, 

But  by  thy  word  of  grace  ; 
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To  our  abiding  place. 

3  Be  known  to  us  in  breaking  bread, 

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122      0  GUARDIAX  of  tne  church  divine, 

^  The  sevenfold  gifts  of  grace  are  thine  ; 
And  kindled  by  thy  hidden  fires, 
The  soul  to  highest  aims  aspires. 

2  Thy  priests  with  wisdom,  Lord,  endue, 
Their  hearts  with  love  and  zeal  renew  ; 
Turn  all  their  weakness  into  might, 

0  thou  the  source  of  life  and  light. 

3  Spirit  of  truth,  on  us  bestow 

The  faith  in  all  its  power  to  know  ; 
That  with  the  saints  of  ages  gone, 
And  those  to  come,  we  may  be  one. 


4  Protect  thy  church  from  every  foe, 
And  peace,  the  fruit  of  love,  bestow  ; 
Convert  the  world,  make  all  confess 
The  glories  of  thy  righteousness. 


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123      T  0RD  JESUS'  God  of  heaven, 
J-^    By  men  on  earth  adored, 

This  temple  now  to  thee  is  given  : 

Accept  the  offering,  Lord. 

2  Here  may  thy  glory  rest ; 

Here  may  thy  truth  be  known  ; 
Be  thou  by  every  heart  confess'd 
As  Lord  and  God  alone. 


3  Here,  Lord,  thyself  reveal, 

Thy  love  divine  impart ; 
The  doctrines  of  thy  kingdom  seal 
On  every  humble  heart. 

4  May  peace,  within  these  walls, 

A  constant  guest  be  found  ; 
With  plenty  and  prosperity, 
These  palaces  be  crowned. 


ANNIVERSARIES. 


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J-^    My  King,  my  God  of  love  : 
My  work  and  joy  shall  be  the  same 
In  brighter  worlds  above. 

2  Great  is  the  Lord,  his  power  unknown  ; 

O  let  his  praise  be  great : 
I'll  sing  the  honors  of  thy  throne, 
Thy  works  of  grace  repeat. 

3  Thy  love  shall  dwell  upon  my  tongue  ; 

And  while  my  lips  rejoice, 
The  men  who  hear  my  sacred  song 
Shall  join  their  cheerful  voice. 


4  Fathers  to  sons  shall  tell  thy  name, 

And  children  learn  thy  ways  ; 

Ages  to  come  thy  truth  proclaim, 

And  nations  sound  thy  praise. 


IV. 


322 


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Opening  sweets  they  all  disclose, 
Bud  and  blossom  as  the  rose. 

2  Hark  !  the  wastes  have  found  a  voice  ; 
Lonely  deserts  now  rejoice, 
Gladsome  alleluias  sing 

To  the  great  Almighty  King. 

3  Lo  !  abundantly  they  bloom  : 
Lebanon  is  hither  come. 

Carmel's  stores  the  heavens  dispense — 
Sharon's  fertile  excellence. 


4  May  these  barren  wastes  of  ours 

Bloom,  and  put  forth  fruits  and  flowers  ; 

Flowers  of  wisdom,  fruits  of  love, 

Gifts  imparted  from  above.  VI. 


AlOttVEKSAKIES. 


323 


12fi      T  ^  c^i^ren  ^ear  *^e  mighty  deeds 
-*-i     Which  God  performed  of  old  ; 
Which  in  our  younger  years  we  saw, 
And  which,  our  fathers  told. 

2  He  bids  us  make  his  glories  known, 

His  works  of  power  and  grace  ; 
And  we'll  convey  his  wonders  down 
Through  every  rising  race. 

3  Our  lips  shall  tell  them  to  our  sons, 

And  they  again  to  theirs, 
That  generations  yet  unborn 
May  teach  them  to  their  heirs. 

4  Thus  shall  they  learn,  in  God  alone 

Their  hope  securely  stands, 
That  they  may  ne'er  forget  his  works, 
But  practice  his  commands. 


IV. 


324 


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127    TVrow  tliank  we  a11  our  God' 

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Who  wondrous  things  hath  done, 

In  whom  his  world  rejoices  ; 
Who  from  our  mother's  arms 

Hath  blessed  us  on  our  way 
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2  0  may  this  bounteous  God 

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With  ever  joyful  hearts 

And  blessed  peace  to  cheer  us ; 
And  keep  us  in  his  grace, 

And  guide  us  when  perplexed, 
And  free  us  from  all  ills 

In  this  world  and  the  next. 


All  praise  and  thanks  to  God, 

The  Father,  now  be  given, 
The  Saviour,  King,  and  Lord 

Of  all  in  earth  and  heaven, 
The  one  eternal  God, 

Whom  earth  and  heaven  adore 
For  thus  it  was,  is  now, 

And  shall  be  evermore. 


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THANKSGIVING.  327 

1  2ft      /"10ME,  ye  thankful  people,  come, 
^  Raise  the  song  of  Harvest-Home  ! 
All  is  safely  gathered  in 
Ere  the  winter-storms  begin  ; 
God,  our  Maker,  doth  provide 
For  our  wants  to  be  supplied  ; 
Come  to  God's  own  temple,  come, 
Raise  the  song  of  Harvest-Home  ! 

2  What  is  earth  but  God's  own  field, 
Fruit  unto  his  praise  to  yield  ? 
Wheat  and  tares  therein  are  sown, 
Unto  joy  or  sorrow  grown  ; 
Ripening  with  a  wondrous  power, 
Till  the  final  Harvest-Hour  : 
Grant,  0  Lord  of  Life,  that  we 
Holy  grain  and  pure  may  be. 

3  For  we  know  that  thou  wilt  come, 
And  wilt  take  thy  people  home  ; 
From  thy  field  wilt  purge  away 
All  that  doth  offend,  that  day  ; 
And  thine  angels  charge  at  last 
In  the  fire  the  tares  to  cast, 

But  the  fruitful  ears  to  store 
In  thy  garner  evermore. 

4  Come,  then,  Lord  of  mercy,  come, 
Bid  us  sing  thy  Harvest-Home  ! 
Let  thy  saints  be  gathered  in, 
Free  from  sorrow,  free  from  sin ; 
All,  upon  the  golden  floor, 
Praising  thee  for  evermore  : 
Come,  with  thousand  angels,  come, 
Bid  us  sing  thy  Harvest-Home  ! 


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129      P  RE  AT  God  !  thou  dost  all  nations  rule, 
vT     And  their  affairs  control ; 
Thy  power  extends  o'er  all  the  earth, 
Thy  love  from  pole  to  pole. 

2  Our  native  land  in  mercy  view  ! 

From  heaven,  0  Lord,  look  down  1 
Thy  kingdom  in  each  heart  erect  I 
Maintain  thy  rightful  crown  ! 

3  On  people  and  on  ruler  let 

Thy  blessing,  Lord,  he  shed  ; 
To  God  and  country  true,  may  we 
In  wisdom's  paths  be  led. 

4  As  thee  their  God  our  fathers  owned, 

So  thou  art  still  our  King  : 
Thou  only  canst  our  peace  maintain, 
Or  our  deliverance  bring. 

5  To  thee  the  glory  we  ascribe, 

From  whom  salvation  came  ; 
In  God,  our  shield,  we  will  rejoice, 
And  ever  bless  thy  Name. 


INCARNATION  AND   REDEMPTION. 


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1  SO      TfARK  the  glad  sound  !  the  Saviour  comes, 
J-J-    The  Saviour  promised  long  : 
Let  every  heart  prepare  a  throne, 
And  every  voice  a  song. 

2  He  comes,  the  prisoners  to  release, 

In  Satan's  bondage  held  ; 
The  gates  of  brass  before  him  burst, 
The  iron  fetters  yield. 

3  He  comes,  the  broken  hearts  to  bind, 

The  bleeding  souls  to  cure, 
And  with  the  treasure  of  his  grace 
To  bless  the  humble  poor. 


4  Our  glad  hosannas,  Prince  of  Peace, 
Thine  Advent  shall  proclaim  ; 
And  heaven's  eternal  arches  ring 
With  thy  beloved  Name. 


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CHORAL  IKTROITS.  331 


Advent. 


1  SI      ^[LEEPERS,  wake,  a  voice  is  calling, 

*3  It  is  the  watchman's  voice  upon  thy  walls, 

O  City  of  Jerusalem  ! 
Lo  !  he  cries  the  hour  of  midnight, 
The  voice  is  gone  out  into  all  the  world, — 

Where  are  ye  Servants  of  the  Lord  ! 
For  lo  !  the  Bridegroom  comes-; 
Arise  and  take  your  lamps  !    Alleluia  ! 
Awake,  his  kingdom  is  at  hand  ; 
Go  forth,  go  forth  to  meet  your  Lord ! 

Easter. 

132       FT^'  ^e  Christians,  join  in  singing, 

^   And  praises  to  our  Saviour  bringing, 

For  risen  is  the  Conqueror. 
Lo  !  his  march  is  now  undoubted, 
And  all  the  powers  of  death  are  routed ; 

Lo  !  open  lies  the  sepulcher. 
O  fair  and  glorious  beam  ! 
O  joy  in  fullest  stream  !    Alleluia  ! 

With  hero-might  he  wins  the  fight, 

And  scatters  all  the  hosts  of  night. 


Ascension. 

1QQ       TESUS,  Lord,  our  Captain  glorious  ! 

*J    O'er  sin,  and  death,  and  hell  victorious, 

Wisdom  and  might  to  thee  belong. 
We  confess,  proclaim,  adore  thee, 
We  bow  the  knee,  we  fall  before  thee  ; 
Thy  love  henceforth  shall  be  our  song. 
The  cross  meanwhile  we  bear, 
The  crown  ere  long  to  wear  ;  Alleluia  ! 
Thy  reign  extend,  world  without  end, 
Let  praise  from  all  to  thee  ascend. 


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-L     Our  praise  must  now  employ  ; 
Come  let  us  hymns  of  welcome  sing 
In  strains  of  holy  joy. 

2  The  Everlasting  Lord 

Incarnate  deigns  to  be  ; 
The  Mighty  girdeth  on  his  sword 
To  set  his  servants  free. 

3  Daughter  of  Zion,  rise 

To  meet  thy  lowly  King  ; 
Nor  let  thy  faithless  heart  despise 
The  peace  he  comes  to  bring. 

4  Before  the  dawning  day 

Let  sin's  dark  deeds  be  gone  ; 
The  old  man  all  be  put  away, 
The  new  man  all  put  on. 


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To  ransom  souls  from  endless  night 
And  bring  the  wand'rers  home. 

2  He  calls  us  to  his  dear  embrace 

From  misery  and  despair, 
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3  We  come,  Emmanuel,  at  thy  call, 

Believe  thy  glad'ning  Word, 
Renounce  our  sins,  ourselves,  our  all, 
And  glory  in  our  Lord. 

4  Salvation  to  Messiah's  name 

With  grateful  hearts  we  sing, 
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Our  Saviour  and  our  King. 

5  Immortal  praise  to  God  belongs 

For  such  unfathomed  love  ; 
Join,  all  below,  in  rapturous  songs, 
And  shout,  ye  hosts  above. 


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136       AL0XE  to  God  on  togh  be  praise 
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That  we  may  now,  and  all  our  days, 

Rejoice  in  his  salvation. 
Let  high  in  heaven  his  praises  sound, 
Peace  and  good-will  on  earth  abound, 

All  feud  and  strife  be  ended. 


Te  Christian  people,  all  rejoice, 
Each  soul  with  joy  upsp ringing  ; 

Pour  forth  one  song  with  heart  and  voice, 
With  love  and  gladness  singing. 

Give  thanks  to  God,  the  Lord  above, 

Thanks  for  his  miracle  of  love  ; 
In  love  hath  he  redeemed  us. 


Lord  Jesus  Christ,  alone  to  thee 

Be  praise  and  glory  given  ; 
Who  reignest,  God,  eternally, 

In  all  the  earth  and  heaven. 
The  Prince  of  Peace,  the  incarnate  Word, 
The  wonderful,  the  mighty  Lord, 

The  Father  everlasting. 


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-L±-    Wing  your  flight  o'er  all  the  earth  ; 
Ye  who  sang  creation's  story, 
Now  proclaim  Messiah's  birth  : 

Come  and  worship, 
Worship  Christ,  the  new-born  King. 

2  Shepherds  in  the  field  abiding, 

Watching  o'er  your  flocks  by  night ; 
God  with  man  is  now  residing, 
Yonder  shines  the  infant  light : 
Come  and  worship,  etc. 

3  Sages,  leave  your  contemplations  ; 

Brighter  visions  beam  afar  : 
Seek  the  great  Desire  of  nations, 
Ye  have  seen  his  natal  star  : 
Come  and  worship,  etc. 

4  Watchers  at  the  altar  bending, 

Waiting  long  in  hope  and  fear, 
Suddenly  the  Lord,  descending, 
In  his  temple  doth  appear  : 
Come  and  worship,  etc. 


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J--L     Sweetly  sounding  through  the  skies  % 
Lo  !  the  angelic  host  rejoices, 

Heavenly  alleluias  rise. 
Listen  to  the  wond'rous  story, 

Which  they  chant  in  hymns  and  joy  : — 
Glory  in  the  highest,  glory, 

Glory  be  to  God  on  high  ! 

2  Peace  on  earth,  good- will  from  heaven, 

Thus  they  sing  with  harps  of  gold  ; 
Christ  is  born,  the  Son  is  given, 

Of  the  prophets  long  foretold. 
Haste,  ye  mortals,  to  adore  him, 

Heaven  and  earth  his  praises  bring  ; 
Men  and  angels  fall  before  him, 

Hail  your  Saviour,  Lord,  and  King.        VIII. 


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1  S9      TJARK  !  the  herald  angels  sing 
-tL  Glory  to  the  new-born  King  ; 
Peace  on  earth,  and  mercy  mild, 
God  and  sinners  reconciled  ! 
Joyful,  all  ye  nations,  rise, 
Join  the  triumph  of  the  skies  ; 
With  th'  angelic  host  proclaim, 
Christ  is  born  in  Bethlehem  ! 

Hark  !  the  herald  angels  sing 
Glory  to  the  new-born  King. 


CHKISTMAS. 


339 


2  Hail !  the  heaven-born  Prince  of  peace  ! 
Hail !  the  Sun  of  Righteousness  ! 
Light  and  life  to  all  he  brings, 
Eisen  with  healing  in  his  wings. 
Mild  he  lays  his  glory  by, 
Born  that  man  no  more  mar  die  : 
Born  to  raise  the  sons  of  earth, 
Born  to  give  them  second  birth. 
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Glory  to  the  new-born  King. 

2  Peace  is  come,  good  will  appears, 
Sinners,  wipe  away  your  tears  ; 
Christ  for  you  in  flesh  to-day 
Humbly  in  the  manger  lay. 

3  Shepherds  tending  flocks  by  night, 
Heard  the  song  and  saw  the  light ; 
Took  their  reeds,  and  softest  strains 
Echo'd  through  the  happy  plains. 

4  Mortals,  hail  the  glorious  King  ! 
Richest  incense  cheerful  bring  ; 
Praise  and  love  Emmanuel's  name, 
And  his  boundless  grace  proclaim. 


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2  Israel's  strength  and  consolation, 

Hope  of  all  the  earth  thou  art ; 
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3  Born  thy  people  to  deliver, 

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Born  to  reign  supreme  forever, 
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4  By  thine  own  eternal  spirit 

Rule  in  all  our  hearts  alone  ; 
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With  the  blest  before  thy  throne. 


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With  every  pure  delight  replete 
And  passing  sweet  its  music  is. 

2  Jesus  the  comfortless  consoles, 

Jesus  each  sinful  fever  quells, 
Jesus  the  power  of  hell  controls, 
Jesus  each  deadly  foe  repels. 

3  0  speak  his  glorious  name  abroad  ! 

Jesus  let  every  tongue  confess, 
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The  healer  of  our  souls  to  bless. 

4  All  might,  all  glory  be  to  thee, 

Refulgent  with  this  name  divine  ; 
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Jesus,  for  evermore  be  thine. 


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JJ     Dawn  on  our  darkness,  and  lend  us  thine  aid  ; 
Star  of  the  East,  the  horizon  adorning, 
Guide  where  the  infant  Redeemer  is  laid. 

2  Cold,  on  his  cradle,  the  dew-drops  are  shining  ; 

Low  lies  his  bed  with  the  beasts  of  the  stall ; 
Angels  adore  him,  in  slumber  reclining, — 
Maker,  and  Monarch,  and  Saviour,  of  all. 

3  Say,  shall  we  yield  him,  in  costly  devotion, 

Odors  of  Edom  and  off'rings  divine  ? 
Gems  of  the  mountain,  and  pearls  of  the  ocean, 
Myrrh  from  the  forest,  and  gold  from  the  mine  ? 

4  Vainly  we  offer  each  ample  oblation  ; 

Vainly  with  gifts  would  his  favor  secure  ; 
Richer  by  far  is  the  heart's  adoration  ; 
Dearer  to  God  are  the  prayers  of  the  poor. 


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144      "DETHLEHEM  in  land  of  Judali, 
-D     Who  shall  all  thy  glory  tell  ? 
Out  of  thee  the  Lord  from  heaven 
Came  to  rule  his  Israel. 

2  Fairer  than  the  snn  at  morning 

Was  the  star  that  told  his  birth, 
To  the  world  its  God  announcing 
Seen  in  fleshly  form  on  earth. 

3  Eastern  sages  at  his  cradle 

Make  oblations  rich  and  rare  ; 
See  them  give,  in  deep  devotion, 
Gold,  and  frankincense,  and  myrrh. 

4  Sacred  gifts  of  mystic  meaning  ; 

Incense  doth  their  faith  disclose, 
Gold  their  hearts'  best  love  proclaimeth, 
Myrrh  obedience  foreshows. 

5  Jesus,  whom  the  Gentiles  worshiped 

At  thy  glad  Epiphany, 
Unto  thee,  our  only  Father, 
God,  and  Saviour,  glory  be. 


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For  the  Sunday  before  Easter. 

"I  i  X       \  LL  glory,  laud,  and  honor, 
-£*-     To  thee,  Redeemer,  King  ! 
To  whom  the  lips  of  children 
Made  sweet  Hosannas  ring. 
All  glory,  etc. 

2  Thou  art  the  King  of  Israel, 

Thou  David's  royal  Son, 
Who  in  the  Lord's  name  contest, 
The  King  and  Blessed  One. 
All  glory,  etc. 

3  The  company  of  angels 

Are  praising  thee  on  high, 
And  mortal  men,  and  all  things 
Created  make  reply. 

All  glory,  etc. 

4  The  throngs  who  came  to  meet  thee 

With  palms  before  thee  went ; 
Our  praise  and  prayer  and  anthems 
Before  thee  we  present. 

All  glory,  etc. 

5  To  thee,  before  thy  Passion, 

They  sang  their  hymns  of  praise  ; 
To  thee,  now  high  exalted, 
Our  melody  we  raise. 

All  glory,  etc. 

6  Thou  didst  accept  their  praises, 

Accept  the  prayers  we  bring, 
Who  in  all  good  delightest, 
Thou  good  and  gracious  King. 
All  glory,  etc. 


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ANGELS,  roll  the  rock  away  ; 
Death,  yield  up  thy  mighty  prey  : 
See  !  he  rises  from  the  tomb, 
Bright  with  heaven's  immortal  bloom. 
'T  is  the  Saviour  !    Angels,  raise 
Your  triumphant  songs  of  praise  ; 
Let  the  world's  remotest  bound 
Hear  the  joy-inspiring  sound. 

2  O  ye  people,  lift  your  eyes, 
High  in  glory  see  him  rise  ; 
Hosts  of  angels  on  the  road 
Hail  and  sing  th'  incarnate  God. 
Praise  him,  all  ye  heavenly  choirs, 
Praise,  and  sweep  your  golden  lyres  ; 
All  on  earth,  in  humble  strain, 
Sing  the  mighty  Saviour's  reign  ! 

3  Where,  0  death,  is  now  thy  sting  ? 
Over  thee  the  Lord  is  King  ; 
Where,  0  grave,  thy  victory  ? 
Christ  no  more  in  thee  doth  lie. 
Heaven  unfolds  her  portals  wide, 
Glorious  Hero,  through  them  ride  ; 
King  of  Glory,  mount  thy  throne, 
Heaven  and  earth  are  all  thine  own. 


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4  Jesus  Christ,  our  risen  Lord, 
Ever  be  thy  name  adored  ; 
God  and  Man  !  alone  in  thee 
Dwells  the  blessed  Trinity  : 
Glory,  honor,  power,  and  might, 
Be  to  thee,  0  Prince  of  Light, 
Lord  of  all  the  heavenly  host, 
Father,  Son,  and  Holy  Ghost. 


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J-     The  triumph  of  the  Lord  is  won  ; 
0  let  the  song  of  praise  be  sung.     Alleluia  ! 

2  The  powers  of  death  have  done  their  worst, 
And  Jesus  hath  his  foes  dispersed  ; 

Let  shouts  of  praise  and  joy  outburst.     Alleluia 

3  On  this  third  morn  he  rose  again 
In  glorious  majesty  to  reign  ; 

0  let  us  swell  the  joyful  strain.     Alleluia  ! 

4  He  closed  the  yawning  gates  of  hell ; 
The  bars  from  heaven's  high  portals  fell ; 
Let  songs  of  joy  his  triumphs  tell.     Alleluia  ! 


348 


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148       TESUS  lives  !     No  longer  now 

*J     Can  thy  terrors,  Death,  appall  us  ; 
Jesus  lives  !  by  this  we  know 

Thou,  0  Grave,  canst  not  enthrall  us. 

Alleluia ! 

2  Jesus  lives  !  henceforth  is  death 

But  the  gate  of  Life  immortal  ; 
This  shall  calm  our  trembling  breath 
When  we  pass  its  gloomy  portal. 

Alleluia ! 

3  Jesus  lives  !  for  us  he  died  ; 

Then,  alone  to  Jesus  living, 
Pure  in  heart  may  we  abide, 
Glory  to  our  Saviour  giving. 

Alleluia  ! 

4  Jesus  lives  !  our  hearts  know  well 

Naught  from  us  his  love  shall  sever  ; 
Life,  nor  death,  nor  powers  of  hell, 
Tear  us  from  his  keeping  ever. 

Alleluia  ! 


ASCENSION. 


349 


Jesus  lives  !  to  him  the  throne 

Over  all  the  world  is  given  ; 
May  we  go  where  he  is  gone, 

Rest  and  reign  with  him  in  heaven. 

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4  Here,  girt  with  griefs  and  fears, 

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But  only  let  this  path  of  tears 
Lead  us  at  last  to  thee. 


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\J  And  from  thine  eternal  home 

Shed  the  ray  of  light  divine  ; 
Come,  thou  Father  of  the  poor, 
Come,  thou  source  of  all  our  store, 
Come,  within  our  bosoms  shine  ! 

2  Thou  of  Comforters  the  best, 

Thou  the  soul's  most  welcome  Guest, 

Sweet  Refreshment  here  below  ! 
In  our  labor  rest  most  sweet, 
Grateful  shadow  from  the  heat, 

Solace  in  the  midst  of  woe  ! 


THE  HOLY   SPIRIT.  351 


8  O  most  blessed  Light  Divine, 
Shine  within  these  hearts  of  thine, 

And  our  inmost  being  fill ; 
If  thou  take  thy  grace  away, 
Nothing  pure  in  man  will  stay — 

All  our  good  is  turned  to  ill. 

4  Heal  our  wounds  ;  our  strength  renew ; 
On  our  dryness  pour  thy  dew  ; 

Wash  the  stains  of  guilt  away  ; 
Bend  the  stubborn  heart  and  will, 
Melt  the  frozen,  warm  the  chill, 

Guide  the  steps  that  go  astray. 

5  On  the  faithful,  who  adore 
And  confess  thee,  evermore 

In  thy  sevenfold  gifts  descend  • 
Give  them  virtue's  sure  reward, 
Give  them  thy  salvation,  Lord, 

Give  them  joys  that  never  end, 


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-D  Vision  dear  of  peace  and  love, 
Who  of  living  stones  art  builded 

In  the  height  of  heaven  above, 
And,  with  angel  hosts  encircled, 

As  a  bride  to  earth  dost  move. 

2  From  celestial  realms  descending, 
Bridal  glory  round  thee  shed, 
Meet  for  him  whose  love  espoused  thee, 

To  thy  Lord  shalt  thou  be  led  ; 
All  thy  streets  and  all  thy  bulwarks 
Of  pure  gold  are  fashioned. 

The  Boxology. 
Glory  to  thy  Royal  Bridegroom, 

Salem,  sing  rejoicingly  ; 
He,  thy  Lord,  thy  Light,  thy  Temple, 

Dwelleth  evermore  with  thee  ; 
His  be  blessing  and  thanksgiving, 

Now  and  to  eternity. 


THE  HOLY   CITY. 


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tl      The  heavenly  glory  view ; 
The  light  is  come,  lift  up  thine  eyes, 
All  things  are  now  made  new. 

2  Now  ended  is  the  reign 

Of  error's  gloomy  night : 
The  Sun  of  heaven  appears  again, 
And  beams  celestial  light. 

3  Now  living  waters  flow 

To  cheer  the  humble  soul ; 
From  sea  to  sea  the  rivers  go, 
And  bless  where'er  they  roll. 


4  Jesus  shall  rule  alone, 

The  world  shall  hear  his  Word  ; 
By  one  blest  name  shall  he  be  known, 
The  universal  Lord. 


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153      "[VrO'W  blessing,  honor,  glory,  praise, 
J- '    By  angel  hosts  are  sung  ; 
The  church  below  the  voice  doth  raise 
To  join  the  heavenly  throng. 

2  Adored  be  he  who  comes  to  bless 

The  nations  with  his  love, 
To  show  his  truth  and  righteousness, 
And  every  cloud  remove. 

3  Blessed  be  he  who  comes  to  reign 

In  Zion's  happy  land  ! 
Jerusalem  is  built  again, 
And  shall  forever  stand. 


4  No  more  his  kingdom  shall  decay, 
No  more  the  temple  fall  ; 
Here  Jesus  reigns  with  endless  sway, 
The  king  and  Lord  of  all. 


IV. 


DOXOLOGIES. 


Referred  to  in  ike  Soman  _A  umerals  at  the  end  of  the  Hymns. 


I.     L.  11 

Glory  eternal  be  to  thee, 
0  God,  the  Father,  Spirit,  Son, 

Blest  Fulness  of  the  Trinity, 
Revealed  in  Jesus  Christ  alone. 

n.   l.  m. 

Glory  and  praises  ever  be, 
O  Jesus  Christ,  our  Lord,  to  thee, 
"Whom  all  the  heavenly  hosts  adore, 
God  over  all  for  evermore. 

*  m.    L.  M. 

Graxt  that  we  ask,  Almighty  Lord, 
Jesus,  the  Christ,  alone  adored, 
Blest  Fulness  of  the  Trinity. 
Reigning  on  high  eternally. 

IT.     C.  M. 

All  glory  be  to  thee,  0  Lord, 
The  Father,  Spirit,  Son, 

Alone  be  thou  our  God  adored 
"While  endless  ages  run. 

V.     S.  M. 

To  thee,  0  Lord,  alone 

Whom  heaven  and  earth  adore, 
Be  glory  as  it  was,  is  now, 

And  shall  be  evermore. 


356  DOXOLOGIES. 


VI.     7s. 

Glory,  praise,  and  blessing  be, 
Lord,  our  Saviour,  unto  thee  ; 

Thee  let  heaven  and  earth  adore, 
God  o'er  all  for  evermore. 

VII.  8s&7s.     6  LINES. 

Lord,  to  thee  in  whom  is  dwelling 

All  the  Godhead  bodily, 
Hymn  and  chant  and  glad  thanksgiving, 

And  unending  praises  be, — 
Honor,  glory,  and  dominion, 

And  eternal  victory. 

VIII.  8s  &  7s.     8  LINES. 

Lord,  to  thee  in  whom  is  dwelling, 

All  the  Godhead  bodily, 
Father,  Son,  and  Holy  Spirit, 

One  in  perfect  unity, 
Hymn  and  chant  and  glad  thanksgiving, 

And  unending  praises  be, — 
Honor,  glory,  and  dominion, 

And  eternal  victory. 

IX.     8s  &  7s.     4  LINES. 

Lord,  to  thee,  in  whom  is  dwelling 

All  the  Holy  Trinity, 
Blessing,  honor,  and  thanksgiving, 

And  eternal  glory  be. 

X.     L.  M. 

Praise  God,  from  whom  all  blessings  flow, 
Praise  Him,  all  creatures  here  beloAv, 
Praise  Him  above,  ye  heavenly  host, 
Praise  Father,  Son,  and  Holy  Ghost. 


INDEX    OF    THE    SELECTIONS. 


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FEBST  LINES.  SELECTION 

Alleluia :  For  the  Lord  God  omnipotent  reigneth 80 

Although  the  fig  tree  shall  not  blossom 87 

And  in  that  day  thou  shalt  say,  O  Lord,  I  will  praise  Thee 128 

And  in  the  same  country  were  shepherds  abiding  in  the  field 74 

And  in  this  mountain  shall  the  Lord  of  Hosts  make  to  all  people 10 

And  it  shall  come  to  pass  in  the  last  days 9 

And  they  shall  build  houses  and  inhabit 138 

And  they  shall  build  the  old  wastes 145 

Arise,  O  Lord,  into  thy  rest  163 

Arise,  shine,  for  thy  light,  is  come 136 

As  the  hart  panteth  for  the  brooks  of  water 7 

Behold,  how  good  and  how  pleasant  it  is 3 

Behold,  my  servant  shall  deal  prudently 162 

Behold,  the  tabernacle  of  God  is  with  men 119 

Blessed  are  the  perfect  in  the  way .    49 

Blessed  be  the  Lord  God  of  Israel 76 

Blessed  is  every  one  that  feareth  the  Lord 135 

Blessed  is  the  man  that  walketh  not  in  the  counsel  of  the  ungodly 20 

Blessed  is  the  man  whom  Thou  dost  chasten,  O  Lord 43 

Blessed  is  the  nation  whose  God  is  the  Lord '. 124 

Bless  the  Lord,  O  my  soul ;  and  all  that  is  within  me,  bless  his  holy  name.    70 

Bless  the  Lord,  O  my  soul.   O  Lord  my  God,  Thou  art  very  great 157 

Bow  down  thine  ear,  O  Lord,  hear  me 30 

But  now  thus  saith  the  Lord,  that  created  thee,  O  Jacob 131 

Come,  and  let  us  go  up  to  the  mountain  of  the  Lord 21 

Come,  and  let  us  return  to  the  Lord , 11 

Come,  ye  children,  hearken  unto  me 24 

Comfort  ye,  comfort  ye  my  people,  saith  your  God 4 

Create  in  me  a  clean  heart,  O  God 64 

Deal  bountifully  with  thy  servant 50 

For  Thou,  O  Lord,  art  my  refuge 89 

For  thy  Maker  is  thine  husband 133 

For  Zion^  sake  will  I  not  hold  my  peace 126 

Give  ear,  O  ye  heavens,  and  I  will  speak 144 

Give  ear  to  my  prayer,  O  God 32 

Give  ear  to  my  words,  O  Lord 1 

Give  the  king  thy  judgments,  O  God 141 

God  be  merciful  unto  us,  and  bless  us 14 

God  is  not  a  man,  that  He  should  lie 140 

God  is  our  refuge  and  strength 98 

Good  and  upright  is  the  Lord 121 

Have  mercy  upon  me,  O  God 48 

Hearken  unto  me,  ye  that  know  righteousness 139 

Hear  me  when  I  call,  O  God  of  my  righteousness 47 

Hear  my  cry,  O  God ;  attend  to  my  prayer 36 

Hear  my  prayer,  O  Lord :  Give  ear  to  my  supplications 29 

Hear,  O  Lord  ;  I  cry  with  my  voice 34 

near  ye  this,  O  house  of  Jacob 121 

He  sendeth  forth  springs  into  brooks 147 


358  INDEX   OF   THE    SELECTIONS. 

FIRST  LINES.  SELECTION 

He  that  dwelleth  in  the  secret  place  of  the  Most  High  93 

He  that  is  clean  of  hands,  and  pure  in  heart 159 

He  was  oppressed,  and  he  was  afflicted 162 

Ho,  every  one  that  thirsteth,  come  ye  to  the  waters 26 

Holy,  holy,  holy,  Lord  God  Almighty 78 

How  beautiful  upon  the  mountains 118 

How  goodly  are  thy  tents,  O  Jacob 143 

How  great  is  thy  goodness 81 

How  lovely  are  thy  tabernacles,  O  Lord  of  Hosts 12 

How  manifold  are  thy  works,  O  Lord 155 

I  cried  by  reason  of  mine  affliction  unto  the  Lord 45 

I  cried  with  all  my  heart ;  Hear  me,  O  Lord 60 

If  thou  take  away  from  the  midst  of  thee  the  yoke 125 

If  thou  turn  away  thy  foot  from  the  Sabbath 125 

I  have  done  judgment  and  justice 58 

I  love  the  Lord,  because  He  hath  heard  my  voice 90 

In  God  will  I  praise  his  word 99 

In  Thee,  O  Lord,  do  I  put  my  trust 33 

It  is  good  to  give  thanks  to  the  Lord 2 

I  was  glad  when  they  said  unto  me 8 

I  will  bless  the  Lord  at  all  times 23 

I  will  extol  Thee,  my  God,  O  King 83 

I  will  heal  their  backsliding 122 

I  will  hear  what  God  the  Lord  will  speak 86 

I  will  lift  up  mine  eyes  to  the  mountains 71 

I  will  mention  the  loving-kindness  of  the  Lord 161 

I  will  praise  Thee,  O  Lord,  with  all  my  heart 103 

I  will  sing  of  the  mercies  of  the  Lord  for  ever 92 

Judge  me,  O  God,  and  plead  my  cause 16 

Judge  me,  O  Lord ;  for  I  have  walked  in  mine  integrity 44 

Let  them  exalt  Him  in  the  congregation  of  the  people 108 

Let  thy  mercies  come  also  unto  me,  O  Lord * 62 

Lift  up  your  heads,  O  ye  gates 159 

Look  down  from  heaven,  and  behold    65 

Look  upon  Zion,  the  city  of  our  solemnities 160 

Lord,  now  lettest  Thou  thy  servant  depart  in  peace 77 

Make  a  joyful  noise  unto  God,  all  the  earth 95 

Make  a  joyful  noise  unto  the  Lord,  all  the  earth 5 

Many,  O  Lord  my  God,  are  thy  wonderful  works 105 

My  days  are  like  a  shadow  that  declineth 38 

My  heart  rejoiceth  in  the  Lord 85 

My  soul  cleaveth  unto  the  dust 51 

My  soul  doth  magnify  the  Lord 75 

O  come,  let  us  sing:  to  the  Lord 25 

O  give  thanks  unto  the  Lord ;  call  upon  his  name 97 

O  give  thanks  unto  the  Lord  ;  for  He  is  good 22 

O  give  thanks  unto  the  Lord ;  for  He  is  good 100 

O  give  thanks  unto  the  Lord,  for  He  is  good '.     . ................  104 

O  God,  my  heart  is  fixed 6 

O  God,  Thou  art  my  God ;  early  will  I  seek  Thee 17 

O  how  I  love  thy  law 56 

Oh  that  Thou  wouldst  rend  the  heavens,  that  Thou  wouldst  come  down. .  113 

O  Lord,  God  of  Hosts,  hear  my  prayer 13 

O  Lord,  how  are  they  increased  that  trouble  me 102 

O  Lord,  rebuke  me  not  in  thine  anger 42 

O  Lord,  Thou  hast  searched  me  and  known  me 40 

O  Lord,  who  shall  abide  in  thy  tabernacle 31 

O  sing  unto  the  Lord  a  new  song ;  sing  unto  the  Lord  all  the  earth 91 

O  sing  unto  the  Lord  a  new  song,  for  He  hath  done  wondrous  works 109 

O  thou  afflicted,  tossed  with  tempest,  and  not  comforted. .     134 

Out  of  the  depths  have  I  cried  unto  Thee,  O  Lord 41 

O  Zion,  that  bringest  good  tidings , Ill 


INDEX    OF   THE    SELECTIONS.  359 

FIRST  LINES.  SELECTION 

Praise  the  Lord,  O  Jerusalem '. 150 

Praise  waiteth  for  Thee,  O  God,  in  Zion 152 

Praise  ye  the  Lord :  For  it  is  good  to  sing  praises  to  our  God 154 

Praise  ye  the  Lord:  Happy  is  he  that  hath  the  God  of  Jacob  for  his  help.  156 

Praise  ye  the  Lord.    O  give  thanks  to  the  Lord,  for  He  is  good 106 

Praise  ye  the  Lord.    Praise  God  in  his  sanctuary 110 

Praise  ye  the  Lord.    Praise  ye  the  Lord  from  the  heavens 101 

Princes  have  persecuted  me  without  a  cause 61 

Rejoice  greatly,  O  daughter  of  Zion . . . 112 

Righteous  art  Thou,  O  Lord ;  and  upright  are  thy  judgments 63 

Seek  ye  the  Lord,  while  He  may  be  found 27 

Sing,  O  barren,  thou  that  didst  not  bear 127 

Surely  he  hath  borne  our  griefs t 162 

Teach  me,  O  Lord,  the  way  of  thy  statutes 53 

Teach  me  thy  way,  O  Lord ;  I  will  walk  in  thy  truth 28 

The  bread  of  God  is  He  that  cometh  down  from  heaven 120 

The  days  of  our  years  are  three-score  years  and  ten 37 

The  earth  is  the  Lord's,  and  the  fulness  thereof. . .  „ : .  159 

The  heavens  are  thine,  the  earth  is  also  thine 96 

The  kingdoms  of  this  world  are  become  our  Lord's  and  his  Christ's 79 

The  law  of  the  Lord  is  perfect,  converting  the  soul 68 

The  Lord  hath  prepared  his  throne  in  the  heavens 73 

The  Lord  hear  thee  in  the  day  of  trouble 107 

The  Lord  is  gracious,  and  full  of  compassion 15 

The  Lord  is  merciful  and  gracious 72 

The  Lord  is  my  light  and  my  salvation 19 

The  Lord  is  my  Shepherd ;  I  shall  not  want. 69 

The  Lord  is  the  portion  of  mine  inheritance  and  of  my  cup 88 

The  Lord  reigneth ;  He  is  clothed  with  majesty , 153 

The  Lord  upholdeth  all  that  fall 82 

Then  shall  the  eyes  of  the  blind  be  opened 130 

The  people  that  walked  in  darkness 114 

There  shall  come  forth  a  Rod  out  of  the  stem  of  Jesse , 116 

The  Spirit  of  the  Lord  Jehovih  is  upon  me 115 

The  steps  of  a  good  man  are  ordered  by  the  Lord 67 

The  wilderness  and  the  barren  place  shall  be  glad  for  them 129 

The  wolf  shall  dwell  with  the  lamb 117 

They  that  go  down  to  the  sea  in  ships 104 

Thou  art  my  portion,  O  Lord 54 

Thou  dost  visit  the  earth,  and  water  it 146 

Thou  hast  been  favorable,  O  Lord,  to  thy  land , 84 

Thy  hands  have  made  me  and  fashioned  me 55 

Thy  mercy,  O  Lord,  is  in  the  heavens 18 

Thy  testimonies  are  wonderful 59 

Thy  way,  O  God,  is  in  the  sanctuary 151 

Thy  word  is  a  lamp  to  my  feet 57 

To  whom  then  will  ye  liken  Me 149 

Trust  in  the  Lord,  and  do  good 66 

Unto  Thee,  O  Lord,  do  I  lift  up  my  soul 35 

Violence  shall  no  more  be  heard  in  thy  land 137 

We  have  thought  of  thy  kindness,  O  God 158 

What  shall  I  render  to  the  Lord 94 

Wherewith  shall  a  young  man  cleanse  his  way 52 

Wherewith  shall  I  come  before  the  Lord 46 

Who  hath  believed  our  report 162 

Who  hath  measured  the  waters  in  the  hollow  of  his  hand. 148 

Who  is  a  God  like  to  Thee,  that  pardoneth  iniquity 39 

Who  is  this  that  cometh  from  Edom  with  dyed  garments  from  Bozrah 161 

Yea,  all  kings  shall  bow  clown  to  him 142 

Yet  now  hear,  O  Jacob,  my  servant 132 


AUTHORS    OF    THE    CHANTS. 


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CHANT. 

i. 

ii. 

iii. 

iv. 

v. 

"vi. 

vii. 

viii. 

ix. 

x. 

xi. 

xii. 

xiii. 

xiv. 

XV. 

xvi. 

xvii. 

xviii. 

xix. 

xx. 

xx  i. 

xxii. 

xxiii. 

xxiv. 

xxv. 

xxvi. 

xxvii. 

xxviii. 

xxix. 

xxx. 

xxx  i. 

xxxii. 

xxxiii. 

xxxiv. 

xxxv. 

xxxvi. 

xxx  vii. 

xxxvi  ii. 

xxxix. 

xl. 

xli. 

xlii. 

xliii. 

xliv. 

xlv. 

xlvi. 

xlvii. 

xlviii. 

xlix, 

Ii. 

lii- 

lv. 

lvi. 

Mi. 

lviii. 

lix. 

Ix. 


Giovanni  Animuccia,  1558. 
Geo.  J.  Webb. 

Geo.  J.  Webb. 
Henry  Purcell,  1658. 
Geo.  J.  Webb. 
Dr.  Gauntlett. 
Arr.  fr.  Gregorian  5th  Tone. 
Arranged  from  Gregorian. 
Geo.  J.  Webb. 
Vincent  Novello. 
Richard  Farrant,  1564. 
Arranged  from  Gregorian. 
Henry  Purcell,  1658. 
J.  Battishill,  1738. 

Rev.  J.  P.  Stuart. 

Gregorian  5th  Tone,  1st  End. 

Dr.  Greene,  1696. 

Dr.  Worgan. 

Charles  King,  1704. 

E.  G.  Monk. 

Arranged  from  Gregorian. 

Gregorian  2d  Tone, 

Geo.  J.  Webb. 

George  F.  Root. 


Dr.  Gauntlett. 

D.P.  Hayes. 

George  F.  Root. 

Dr.  Croft. 

Rev.  Mr.  Fitzherbert. 

Geo.  J.  Webb. 

Rev.  G.  Heathcote. 

Arranged  from  Gregorian. 

Arr.  fr.  an  old  Roman  Chant. 

Arr.  fr.  an  old  Roman  Chant. 

Geo.  J.  Webb. 

Richard  Clark,  1786. 

Geo.  J.  Webb. 

Gregor.  "  Peregrine  "  Tone. 

Dr.  Blow. 
Mr.  Pratt. 
"  Tonus  Regius." 
Gregorian  7th  Tone,  4th  End. 
1.  Geo.  J.  Webb 
Arr  fr.  Gregorian  1st  Tone, 
-liv.  Geo.  J.  Webb. 
Rev.  T.  B.  Hayward. 
Lord  Mornington. 
Arr.fr. Orlando  de  Lasso,1520. 
Geo.  J.  Webb. 
Arr.  fr.  Gregorian  7th  Tone. 
Geo.  J.  Webb. 


CHANT. 

lxi 
lxii 

lxiii. 

lxiv 
lxv 


Dr.  Croft. 

Arranged  from  Gregorian. 
Geo.  J.  Webb. 
Arranged  from  Gregorian. 
Rev.  T.  B.  Hayward. 
lxvi.  Hine. 

Ixvii.  Rev.  W.  Jones,  1786. 
lxviii.  Geo.  J.  Webb. 
Ixix.  Rev.  T.  B.  Hayward. 
lxx. 

IxxL  Geo.  J.  Webb, 
lxxii. 

lxxiii.  Dr.  Boyce,  1710. 
lxxiv.  Gregorian  1st  Tone,  1st  End. 
lxxv. 

Dr.  Woodward. 


lxxvi, 

lxxvii 

lxxviii 

lxxix 

lxxx 

lxxxi 

Ixxxii 

lxxxiii 

lxxxiv 

lxxxv 


Geo.  J.  Webb. 
Dr.  Croft,  1700. 
Gregorian  3d  Tone,  1st  End. 
James  Kent.  1700. 
Geo.  J.  Webb. 
Gregorian  5th  Tone,  2d  End. 
Dr.  Dupuis,  1733. 
lxxxvi.  Geo.  J.  Webb, 
lxxxvii.  Rev.  G.  Heathcote. 
lxxxviii.  Arranged  from  Palestrina. 
lxxxix.  Geo.  J.  Webb. 

xc.  Gregor.  7th  Tone,  1st  End. 
xci,  xcii.  Geo.  J.  Webb, 
xciii.  Richard  Langdon,  1750. 
xciv.  Dr.  Chard, 
xcv.  Rev.  Mr.  Henley, 
xcvi.  Dr.  Randall, 
xcvii.  Geo.  J.  Webb, 
xcviii.  Arranged  from  Gregorian, 
xcix.  Dr.  Philip  Hayes,  1739. 
c.  Rev.  Dr.  Aldrich. 
ci.  Gregorian  5th  Tone,  2d  End. 
cii,  ciii.  Geo.  J.  Webb, 
civ.  Vincent  Novello. 
cv.  Dr.  G.  K.  Jackson, 
cvi.  Arranged  from  Gregorian, 
cvii.  Gregorian  6th  Tone, 
cviii.  Arranged  from  Gregorian. 
cix.  Geo.  J.  Webb. 
ex.  Gregorian  1st  Tone,  1st  End. 
cxi.  Geo.  J.  Webb, 
cxii.  Dr.  Jackson, 
cxiii.  Arranged  from  Palestrina. 
cxiv.  Thomas  Tallis,  1558. 
cxv,  cxvi.  Geo.  J.  Webb, 
cxvii. 

cxviii.  Geo.  J.  Webb, 
cxix. 

exx — exxxi.  Geo.  J.  Webb, 
exxxii.  Gregorian  8th  Tone,lst  End. 


INDEX  OF  ANTHEMS. 


361 


CHANT. 

cxxxiii. 
cxxxiv. 
cxxxv. 
cxxxvi, 
cxxxviii. 
cxxxix. 


cxl- 
cxliii. 
cxliv. 


Arranged  from  Gregorian. 

Gregorian  8th  Tone,  2d  End. 

Dr.  Dupuis. 

cxxxvii.  Geo.  J.  Webb. 

Kent. 

1st  Tone,  1st  Ending,  har- 
monized by  Bernabei,with 
melody  in  the  Tenor. 

-cxlii.  Geo.  J.  Webb. 

Arranged  from  Gregorian. 

Geo.  J.  Webb. 


CHANT. 

cxlv.  John  Robinson, 
cxlvi. 

cxlvii.  William  Ens  sell,  1777. 
cxlviii.  Dr.  G.  K.  Jackson, 
cxlix. 

cl — cliii.  Geo.  J.  Webb, 
cliv. 
civ. 

clvi.  Dr.  Dupuis. 
clvii.  Richard  Farrant. 
clviii.  Geo.  J.  Webb. 


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INDEX     OF    ANTHEMS. 


CHANT  ANTHEMS. 

NO.  PAGE 

1.  Blessed  is  the  man  that  walketh  not  in  the  counsel  of  the  ungodly 

Geo.  J.  Webb.  129 

2.  Thou  dost  visit  the  earth,  and  water  it Geo.  J.  Webb.  132 

3.  Blessed  be  the  Lord,  because  He  hath  heard  the  voice  of  my  supplica- 

tions  Geo.  J.  Webb.  135 

4.  Violence  shall  no  more  be  heard  in  thy  land Geo.  J.  Webb.  138 

5.  Thy  hands  have  made  me  and  fashioned  me Geo.  J.  Webb.  141 

6.  As  the  hart  panteth  for  the  brooks  of  water Geo.  J.  Webb.  144 

7.  Thou  hast  been  favorable,  O  Lord,  to  thy  land Geo.  J.  Webb.  147 

8.  Behold,  I  come  quickly,  and  my  reward  is  with  me Geo.  J.  Webb.  150 

9.  Praise  ye  the  Lord.    Praise  God  in  his  sanctuary Geo.  J.  Webb.  151 

ANTHEMS. 

1.  Holy,  Holy,  Holy,  Jehovah  of  Hosts Attegri.  154 

2.  Thou  wilt  show  me  the  path  of  life Anon.  155 

3.  Behold,  how  good  and  how  pleasant  it  is Geo.  J.  Webb.  157 

4.  Like  as  the  hart  desireth  the  water  brooks Vincent  Novdlo.  159 

5.  The  Lord  will  be  a  refuge  for  the  oppress'd Geo.  J.  Webb.  161 

6.  Who  hath  believed  our  "report  ? Arr.  from  Josguin  de  Pres.  1 64 

7.  Bless  the  Lord,  O  my  soul Geo.  J.  Webb.  169 

8.  Enter  not  into  judgment  with  thy  servant T.  Attwood.  172 

9.  When  the  Lord  shall  build  up  Zion Vincent  Novdlo.  174 

10.  And  the  glory  of  the  Lord  shall  be  reveal'd Geo.  J.  Webb.  175 

11.  Unto  us  a  Child  is  born Geo.  J.  Webb.  177 

12.  Now  is  come  the  salvation,  and  the  strength,  and  the  kingdom  of  our 

God Kent.  180 

13.  Glory  to  God  in  the  highest Geo.  J.  Webb.  182 

14.  Hosanna !  Blessed  is  He  that  cometh  in  the  name  of  the  Lord 

Geo.  J.  Webb.  184 

15.  Worthy  is  the  Lamb  that  was  slain Geo.  J.  Webb.  186 

16.  Blessed  be  Jehovah  for  evermore Anon.  189 

18.  I  will  lay  me  down  in  peace  and  sleep Neukomm.  191 

The  Faith  of  the  New  Church Geo.  J.  Webb.  192 

The  Faith  of  the  New  Church,  Simple  Arrangement  of. Rev.  F.  Sewall-  196 


Te  Dominum Rev.  F.  Sewall.  197 


INDEX    OF    THE    HYMNS. 


FIRST  LTNTS  AUTHORS.  HYMN 

Abide  with  me  !    Fast  falls  the  eventide Lyte.  113 

All  glory,  laud,  and  honor Theodulph  of  Orleans.  145 

All  hailthe  great  Immanuers  name Perronet,  alt.      6 

Alone  to  God  on  high  be  praise after  Becius.  136 

Angels,  from  the  realms  of  glory Montgomery,  137 

Angels,  roll  the  rock  away T.  Scott.  146 

As  pants  the  hart  for  cooling  streams Tate  &  Brady.    43 

At  thy  table,  Lord  of  life Anon.  117 

Before  the  ending  of  the  day Ancient  Hymn.  104 

Bethlehem  in  land  of  Judah Hymns  An.  &  Mod.,  alt.  144 

Be  thou,  O  God.  exalted  high Tate  &  Brady.      5 

Blessed  city,  heavenly  Salem Urbs  beata.  151 

Blessed  Lord,  what  shall  we  render Engl.   Conf.      9 

Bread  of  the  world,  in  mercy  broken Eeber.  120 

Brightest  and  best  of  the  sons  of  the  morning Heber.  143 

Built  by  Jehovah's  hand Engl.  Conf.    84 

Cast  upon  the  Lord  thy  care Engl.  Conf.    71 

Children  of  the  heavenly  King. Cennick.    86 

Come,  Redeemer,  blessed  Jesus Epis.  Coll.,  alt.  141 

Come,  thou  holy  Spirit,  come Robert  II of  France.  150 

Come,  ye  thankful  people,  come Henry  Alford.  128 

Commit  thou  all  thy  griefs Gerhardt.    58 

Dear  Saviour,  bless  us  ere  we  go Hymns  An.  &  Mod.  101 

Down  from  the  worlds  of  radiant  light J.  Proud.  135 

Ere  another  day  shall  close Anon.  110 

Eternal  Source  of  life  and  light Cappers  Sel.    35 

Father  of  mercies,  in  thy  "Word Mrs.  Steele.  76 

Father,  whate'er  of  earthly  bliss Mrs.  Steele.  64 

Forever  blessed  be  the  Lord Watts.  54 

From  all  that  dwell  below  the  skies Watts.  4 

Give  thanks  to  God ;  he  reigns  above Watts.    10 

Glorious  things  of  thee  are  spoken Newton.    81 

Glory  to  thee,  my  God,  this  night Ken.,  alt.  102 

God  is  love :  his  mercy  brightens Engl.  Conf    24 

God  is  my  strong  salvation Montgomery.    57 

God  is  the  refuge  of  his  saints Watts.    75 

God  moves  in  a  mysterious  way Cowper.    73 

Gracious  Spirit — Love  divine Stocker.    30 

Great  God  !  thou  dost  all  nations  rule Engl.  Conf.  129 

Great  God,  we  give  thee  praise Engl.  Conf.    79 

Great  refuge  of  the  weary  soul Enal.  Conf.    46 

Guide  me,  O  thou  great  Jehovah W.  Williams.  115 

Hail !  gladdening  Light,  of  that  pure  glory  poured Keble.  106 

Hark  the  glad  sound  I  the  Saviour  comes Boddridqe.  130 

Hark  I  the  herald  angels  sing C.  Wesley.  139 


INDEX  OF  THE  HYMNS.  363 

riSST  LINES.  AUTHORS.  HTTffN 

Hark  !  the  skies  with  music  sound Anon.  140 

Hark  !  what  mean  those  holy  voices Cawood.  138 

High  in  yonder  realms  of  light  Baffles.    8tf 

Holy,  holv,  holy  Lord Engl.  Vonf.    20 

Holy,  holy,  holy  !  Lord  God  Almighty Heber,  ait.      7 

How  gentle  God's  commands Doddridge.    61 

I  love  the  voice  divine  that  speaks 45 

In  boundless  mercy,  gracious  Lord,  appear Attrib.  to  Swedenborg .    34 

Jerusalem,  arise Engl.  Conf.  152 

Jerusalem,  the  golden  !  O  city  of  the  blest H.  Howard.    87 

Jesus  !  I  my  cross  have  taken .' H.  F.  Lyte.    53 

Jesus,  in  thee  our  hopes  shall  rest Engl.  Conf.    21 

Jesus  lives  !    Nolcngernow Hymns  An.  &  Mod.  148 

Jesus,  Lord  of  all  creation Engl.  Conf.    39 

Jesus,  Lord,  our  Captain  glorious Ch.  Psalter  &  Hymn  Bk.  133 

Jesus,  lover  of  my  soul V.  Wesley.    49 

Jesus,  our  true  and  only  light C.  Winkworth.    27 

Jesus  shall  reign  where'er  the  sun Watts.    14 

Jesus,  the  very  thought  of  thee  Bernard  of  Cluny.    22 

Jesus,  the  weary  wanderer's  rest 0.  Wesley.    42 

Jesus,  thou  mighty  God  of  all Engl.  Conf.    26 

Jesus,  thou  Source  of  life,  and  light,  and  love Engl.  Conf.  105 

Jesus,  to  thee  be  endless  praise Engl.  Conf.      1 

Jesus  triumphant  reigns Anon.      8 

Keep  me,  Saviour,  near  thy  side Cento  F.  S.    51 

Lead  us,  heavenly  Father,  lead  us Ed  melton.    37 

Let  children  hear  the  mighty  deeds Watts.  126 

Let  every  heart  exulting  beat Hymns  An.  &  Mod.  142 

Long  as  I  live,  I'll  bless  thy  name. Watts.  124 

Lo  !~for  us  the  wilds  are  glad .Engl.  Conf.  125 

Lord,  before  thy  throne  we  bend 1  9 

Lord,  dismiss  us  with  thy  blessing Burder.  114 

Lord  Jesus,  God  of  heaven Engl.  Conf.  123 

Lord  of  all  being !  throned  afar  0.  W.  Holmes     33 

Lord  of  our  life,  and  God  of  our  salvation 36 

Lord,  thy  word  abideth Hymns  An.  &  Mod.    78 

Lord,  what  offering  shall  we  bring J.  Taylor.    25 

Lord,  when  thou  mak'st  thy  presence  felt XoraJis.    23 

Love  divine,  all  love  excelling C.  Wesley.    32 

My  spirit  on  thy  care Lyte.    67 

Nearer,  my  God,  to  thee Sarah  F.  Adams.    55 

New  every  morning  is  thy  love Keble.    95 

Now  blessing,  honor,  elory,  praise J.  Proud.  153 

Now  thank  we  all  our  God Martin  Rinckart.    27 

Now  that  the  daylight  fills  the  sky 7th  Century.    96 

O  bless  the  Lord,  my  soul Watts.    15 

O  blest  Creator  of  the  light Ancient  Hymn.  1G3 

O  blest  Redeemer,  from  thy  radiant  throne Engl.  Conf.  Ill 

O  fix  my  heart,  my  God,  my  strength Engl.  Conf.    59 

O  God,  my  heavenly  King. .*. Engl.  Conf.    56 

O  God  of  truth,  O  Lord  of  might 7th  Century.    97 

O  God.  unseen  yet.  ever  near Keble.  118 

O  guardian  of  the  church  divine Hymns  An.  d-  Mod.  122 

O  Jesus,  Lord  and  Saviour Dr.  J.  Bay/ey.    29 

O  Jesus,  Saviour  of  the  lost Bickerstet'h.    44 

O  King  of  kings,  beneath  thy  wings  Engl.  Conf.    62 


364  INDEX   OF  THE   HYMNS. 

FIRST  LINES.  AT/TnORS.  HTJOf 

O  Lord  all  glorious,  Life  of  life, Engl.  Conf  12 

O  Lord  I  and  is  thy  table  spread Doddridge.  119 

O  Lord,  how  boundless  is  thy  love Watts.  66 

O  Lord,  our  help  in  ages  past Watts.  74 

O  Lord,  where'er  thy  people  meet Covrper.  28 

O  peace  of  all  the  faithfuL Bernard  of  Cluny.  90 

O  praise  ye  the  Lord !  prepare  your  glad  voice Anon.  3 

O  that  the  Lord  would  guide  my  ways Watts.  38 

O  thou,  at  whose  divine  command Alford.  40 

O  thou  from  whom  all  goodness  flows Thos.  Haweis.  48 

O  thou,  to  whose  all-searching  sight C.  Wesley.  41 

O  thou  true  life  of  all  that  live jth  Century.  97 

Peace  of  God  which  knows  no  measure Anon.  31 

Praise  the  Lord  who  reigns  above Engl.  Conf.  13 

Praise  the  Lord  !  ye  heavens,  adore  him Hymns  An .  <fe  Mod.  2 

Praise  the  Lord  1  ye  heavens,  adore  him Bishop  Mant.  16 

Rest  of  the  weary ./.  s.  B.  MonseU.    47 

Rich  in  mercy,  Jesus  reigns Engl.  Conf.    83 

Safe  home,  safe  home  in  port Neale.    85 

Saviour,  again  to  thy  dear  name  we  raise Ellerton.  112 

Saviour  and  Regenerator Engl.  Conf.      9 

Saviour,  breathe  an  evening  blessing Edmeston.    98 

Saviour,  Source  of  every  blessing Robinson.    65 

Saviour,  who  thy  flock  art  feeding Anon.  116 

Shepherd  of  souls,  refresh  and  bless Moravian.  121 

Shepherd  of  tender  youth Alexandrinus.    19 

Shine  forth,  O  Sun  of  boundless  love 7th  Cen/vry.    97 

Sleepers,  wake,  a  voice  is  calling Nicolai.  131 

Softly  now  the  hght  of  day Episcopal  CM.  100 

Sun  of  my  soul  !  thou  Saviour  dear. . .   Keble.    99 

Suppliant,  lo  1  thy  children  bend Gray.  108 

The  advent  of  our  King ......  Anon.  134 

Thee  we  praise,  eternal  Lord qfter  Ambrosius.    11 

The  Lord  our  Saviour  is  the  Way Engl.  Conf.  80 

There  is  a  land  of  pure  delight Watts,  alt.  91 

The  strife  is  o'er,  the  battle^ done Hymns  An.  &  Mod.  147 

Thev  who  on  the  Lord  rely Spirit  of  the  Psalms.  70 

Thine  earthly  sabbaths,  Lord,  we  love Doddridge.  92 

This  is  the  day  of  light Ellerton.  93 

Thou  art  srone  up  on  high • •  ■  •  •  Anon.  149 

Thou  art  the  mighty  King  of  kings Engl.  Lonf.  18 

Thou  citv  of  the  angels,  thou  citv  of  the  Lord Bernard  of  Cluny.  88 

Thou  Lamb  of  God,  thou  Prince  of  peace C  Wesley.  52 

Through  thee,  as  we  together  came -  •  -  •  •  Anon.  107 

Thv  mishtv  power  we  sing Engl.  Conf.  17 

Thy  wav,  not  mine,  O  Lord. ^..Bonar.  60 

Triumphant  Zion,  lift  thy  head Doddridge.  82 

Up,  ye  Christians,  join  in  singing •  •  German.  132 

Welcome,  sweet  day  of  rest Watts.  94 

What  o-lorv  crilds  the  sacred  page Cowper.  77 

Where  for' safety  shall  I  fly Engl.  Conf.  50 

While  my  Redeemer's  near  Steele.  72 

While  thee  I  seek,  protecting  Power H.  M.  Williams.  63 

Whom  have  we,  Lord,  in  heaven  but  thee Anon.  68 

Whoso  on  God  alone  confideth Neumarck.  69 


INDEX  OF  TUNES  AND  COMPOSERS. 


COMPOSERS.  HT. 

Accrington  (5) F.  S.     9 

Agape W.  F.  Sherwin.    19 

Agnus  Dei Mozart.    39 

All  Saints W.  Knapp.    82 

Amsterdam Dr.  Nares.    13 

Arlington Dr.  Arne.  80, 118 

Autumn Scotch.  138 

Badea German.  123 

Bath  (5) F.S.    36 

Bavaria German.    53 

Bemerton  (1) Greatorex.    62 

Bethany  (1) Dr.  L.  Mason.    55 

Blumenthal Blumenthal.  109,  110 

Bristol Dr.  Hodges.    77 

Bristol Old  English.  135 

Carol Old  Melody.  140 

Chesterfield Dr.  Haweis.    76 

Christmas Handel.    91 

Constance  (5) F.  S.    60 

Coronation 0.  Holden.      6 

Dallas Cherubini.    51 

Dane Beethoven.    65 

Dennis  (1) Ndgeli.    61 

Detroit E P.  Hastings.    94 

Dornance  (8) LB.  Woodbury.    32 

Dover English.    56 

Duke  Street J.  Hatton.    21 

Dundee Scotch.    74 

Dykes J.  B.  Dykes.      7 

Elijah Mendelssohn.    49 

Eltham Dr.  L.  Mason.    20 

Eucharist  (5) .F.  S.  119 

Eventide W.  H.  Monk.  113 

Ewing A.  Ewing.  87,  88 

Federal  Street  (1).  .H.  K.  Oliver.  33, 101 

Firmament  (7) G.  F.  Boot.    12 

Gilbert's  (3) .  .■ W.  B.  Gilbert.  137 

Gloria  in  Excelsis Decius.  136 

Gould T.P.  Warren.  143 

Greenville Rousseau.  114 

Hamburg  (1) Gregorian.  26,  42 

Harvest  Home E.  Elvey.  128 

Haydn Haydn.    68 

Hayne  (4) Meinecke.    92 

Hermann. H  Strachauer.    81 

Holley  (1) Geo.  Hews.    30 

Horton  (1) Schneider.    25 

Italian  Hymn Giardini.    17 

Jerusalem ChauveneVs  Coll.  152 

Keble(o) F.  S.    99 


COMPOSERS.  HT. 

Lanesboro' .*. English.    35 

Larue German.    66 

Lebanon English.  125 

Leipsic Old  German.    52 

Litany Spanish.  100 

London  New Scotch.    73 

Lucis  Creator  (5) F.  S.  103 

Lutzen German.  129 

Lyons Haydn.     3 

Magdalene after  Spohr.    43 

Manoah  (1)  Greatorex.    45 

Martyrdom Wilson.    46 

Mear Old  English.  153 

Mecklenburg German.  116 

Mehul Mehul.    14 

Mendelssohn Mendelssohn.  139 

Mercy  (6) Gottschalk.    71 

Messiah  (2) Kingsley.    83 

Missionary  Chant Zeuner.  10, 122 

Morning  Star  (4) Meinecke.    41 

Mozart Mozart.    23 

Naomi  (1) Dr.  L.  Mason.    64 

Nun  danket  alle Cruger.  127 

Old  Hundred Unknown.  4,  5 

Olmutz  (1) Dr.  L.  Mason.    67 

Oporto  (1) Wm.  Mason.    24 

Otto English.    89 

Palestine 44 

Parting  Hymn..#.  J.  Hopkins.lW,  112 

Pentecost  (5) F.S.  150 

Pilgrim  (5) F.S.    29 

Pleyel's  Hymn Pleyel.    86 

Praise  (5) F.S.     1 

Quebec H.Baker.    96 

Rachel  (5) F.S.  149 

Rathbun J.  Conkey.    16 

Ravenshaw German.    78 

Rector  potens  (5) F.  S.    97 

Regent  Square H.  Smart.      2 

Resurgam  (5) F.  S.    58 

Rotterdam I.  Gould.  142 

Safe  Home..  Hymns  of  Eastern  Ch.    85 

Sanglier German.    48 

Schumann Schumann.    95 

Seymour Von  Weber.    108 

Sherborne Mendelssohn.    50 

Sicilian  Hymn 98 

Silver  Street Smith.      8 

Skara  (5) F.S.    34 

Spohr Spohr.    54 

St.  Agnes J.  B.  Dykes.    38 


3G6 


IKDEX   OF  TUKES   AXD   COMPOSERS. 


COMPOSERS.  HT. 

St.  Albinus Dr.  Gauntlett.  148 

St.  AJphege Dr.  Gauntlett.    90 

St.  Andrew Cherubini.    63 

St.  Ann's Dr.  Croft.  124 

St.  Bernard  (7) G.  F.  Boot.    22 

St.  Cecilia  (5) F.  S.    47 

St.  George Dr.  Gauntlett.    15 

St.  Hilda Barnby.    31 

St.  James  (5)  Harmonized  by  F.  S.    70 

St.  John Old  Melody.  115 

St.  Luke  H.  C.  Gilmore.  120 

St.  Martins *...  Tansur.  12(5 

St.  Michael Day's  Psalter.  134 

St.  Mcolai German.  14(5 

St.  Polycarp 27 

St.  Theodulph German.  145 

St.  Thomas A.  Williams.  79,  84 

Stuttgart German.  144 

Suabia Lutheran.    93 

Swahia German.    57 


COMPOSERS.  HT. 

Tallis Tallis.  102 

Te  Deum German.    11 

Te  lucis 0th  Century.  104 

Thorney  Abbey 59 

Tottenham T.  Greatorex.    18 

Trinity Pierracini.    28 

Trust Mendelssohn.  141 

Valdimir(o) F.  S.  151 

Verona J.  H.  Deane.    37 

Vincenzo(5) F.  S.    72 

Victory Palestnna.  147 

Vienna Havergal.  117 

Wachet  auf German.  131, 132, 133 

Ward  (1) Scotch.    75 

Wer  nur  den  lieben Xeumarck.    69 

Whiteland German.    40 

Wordsworth 105, 106 

Worship  (4) Meinecke.    107 

York Old  English.  130 


NUMERICAL  INDEX  OF  TUNES  AND  COMPOSERS. 


HT.  TUNE.  COMPOSER. 

1.  Praise  (5)  • F.  S. 

2.  "Regent  Square H.  Smart. 

3.  Lyons Haydn. 

4.  Old  Hundred Unknotcn. 

5.  Old  Hundred Unknown. 

6.  Coronation  O.  Hbiden. 

7.  Dykes J.  B.  Dykes. 

8.  Silver  Street Smith. 

9.  Accrington  (5) F.  S. 

10.  Missionary  Chant Zeuner. 

11 .  Te  Deum German. 

12.  Firmament  (7) G.  F.  Boot. 

13.  Amsterdam Dr.  Nares. 

14.  Mehul Mehul. 

15.  St.  George Dr.  Gauntlett. 

16.  Rathbun J.  Conkey. 

17.  Italian  Hymn Giardini. 

18.  Tottenham T.  Greatorex: 

19.  Asrape W.  F.  Slierwin. 

20.  Eltham Dt\  L.  Mason. 

21.  Duke  Street ./.  Hat  ton. 

2>.  St,  Bernard  (7) G.  F.  Boot. 

23.  Mozart Mozart. 

24.  Oporto  (1) Wm.  Mason. 

25.  Horton  (1) Schneider. 

26.  Hamburg  (1) Gregorian. 

27.  St.  Polycarp 

28.  Trinity. Pierrarlni. 

29.  Pilgrim  (5) F.  S. 


HT.  TUNE.  COMPOSER. 

30.  Holley  (1) Geo.  Hews. 

31.  St.  Hilda Barnby. 

32.  Dornance  (8) /.  B.  Woodbury. 

33.  Federal  Street  (\)...H  K.  Oliver. 

34.  Skara(5) F.  S. 

35.  Lanesboro1 English. 

86.  Bath  (5) F.  S. 

37.  Verona J.  H.  Deane. 

33.  St.  Agnes J.  B.  Dykes. 

39.  Agnus  Dei Mozart. 

40.  Whiteland German. 

41.  Morning  St:ir  (4) Meinecke. 

42.  Hamburg  (1)    Gregorian. 

43.  Magdalene after  Spohr. 

44.  Palestine ? 

45.  Manoah  (1) Greatorex. 

48.  Martyrdom Wilson. 

47.  St.  Cecilia  (5) F.  S. 

48.  Sinclier German. 

49.  Elijah Mendelssoh n. 

50.  Sherborne Mendelssohn. 

51.  Dallas  Cherubini. 

52.  Leipsic Old  German. 

53.  Bavaria German. 

54.  Spohr Spohr. 

55.  Bethany  (1) Dr.  L.  Ma*on. 

56.  Dover English. 

~n.  Swabia German. 

58.  Resurgam  (o) F.  S. 


NUMERICAL  INDEX   OF  TUNES   AND   COMPOSERS.     367 


HT.  TUNE.  COMPOSER. 

59.  Thorney  Abbey 

60.  Constance  (5; F.  S. 

61.  Dennis  (1) Nageli. 

62.  Berne  rt on  (1) Greatorex. 

63.  St.  Andrew Cherubini. 

04.  Naomi  (1) Dr.  L.  Mason. 

65.  Dane Beethoven. 

66.  Lame German. 

6T.  Olmutz  (1) Dr.  L.  Mason. 

68.  Haydn Haydn. 

69.  Wer  nnr  den  lieben  . .  Neumarck. 

70.  St.  James  (5) Harmonized  by  F.  S. 

71.  Mercy  (6) Gotlschalk. 

72.  Vincenzo  (5) F.  S. 

73.  London  New Scotch. 

74.  Dundee Scotch. 

75.  Ward  (1). V Scotch. 

76.  Chesterfield . . Dr.  Haweis. 

77.  Bristol Dr.  Hodges. 

78.  Raven  shaw German. 

79.  St.  Thomas A.  Williams. 

80.  Arlington Dr.  Arne. 

81.  Hermann H.  Strachauer. 

82.  All  Saints W.  Knapp 

83.  Messiah  (2) Geo.  Kingsley. 

84.  St.  Thomas A.  Williams. 

85.  Safe  Home 

Hymns  of  the  Eastern  Church. 

86.  Pleyel's  Hymn .Pleyel. 

87.  Ewing A.  Ewing. 

88.  Ewing A.  Ewing. 

89.  Otto English. 

90.  St.  Alphege Dr.  Gauntlett. 

91.  Christmas Handel. 

92.  Hayne  (4) Meinecke- 

93.  Suabia Lutheran. 

94.  Detroit E.  P.  Hastings. 

95.  Schumann Schumann. 

96.  Quebec H.  Baker. 

97.  Rector  potens  (5) F.  S. 

98.  Sicilian  Hymn 

99.  Keble  (5)  F.  S. 

100.  Litany Spanish. 

101.  Federal  Street  (1)..  .H.  K.  Oliver. 

102.  Tallis Tallis. 

103.  Lucis  Creator  (5) F.  S. 

104.  Te  lucis 6th  Century. 

105.  Wordsworth 


HT.  TUNE.  COMPOSER. 

106.  Wordsworth 

107.  Worship  (2) Meinecke. 

108.  Seymour Von  Weber. 

109.  Blumenthal Blumenthal. 

110.  Blumenthal  Blumenthal. 

111.  Parting  Hymn E.  J.  Hopkins. 

112.  Parting  Hvmn.  ....E..J.  Hopkins. 

113.  Eventide W.  H.  Monk. 

114.  Greenville Rousseau. 

115.  St.  John Old  Melody. 

116.  Mecklenburg German. 

117.  Vienna Havcrgal. 

118.  Arlington Dr.  Arne. 

119.  Eucharist  (5) F.  S. 

120.  St.  Luke H.  C.  Gilmore. 

121.  Dtdham Gardner. 

122.  Missionary  Chant Zeuner. 

123.  Badea. German. 

124.  St.  Ann's Dr.  Croft. 

125.  Lebanon English. 

126.  St.  Martin's :  Tansur. 

127.  Nun  danket  alle Cruger. 

128.  Harvest  Home E.  Elvey. 

129.  Lutzen German. 

130.  York Old  English. 

131.  Wachet  auf German. 

132.  Wachet  auf German. 

133.  Wachet  auf German. 

134.  St.  Michael Day's  Psalter. 

135.  Bristol Old  English. 

136.  Gloria  in  Excelsis Decius. 

137.  Gilbert's  (3) W.  B.  Gilbert. 

138.  Autumn Scotch. 

139.  Mendelssohn Mendelssohn. 

140.  Carol Old  Melody. 

141.  Trust  Mendelssohn. 

142.  Rotterdam I.  Gould. 

143.  Gould T.P.  Warren. 

144.  Stuttgart German. 

145.  St.  Theodulph German. 

146.  St.  Nicolai German. 

147.  Victory Falestrina. 

148.  St.  Albinus Dr.  Gauntlett. 

149.  Rachel  (5) .  F.  S. 

150.  Pentecost  (5) F.  S. 

151.  Valdimir  (5) F.  S. 

152.  Jerusalem ChavreneVs  Coll. 

153.  Mear Old  English. 


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A     TABLE 


OF 


LESSONS    FOR    FESTIVAL    SERVICES : 

At  Morning  and  Evening  WorsMp. 


Days. 


Advent  Sunday,  the  4th  before 

Christmas 

The  Promise  of  Redemption. 

Christmas  Day 

The  Incarnation 

The  40  days  before  Easter. . 
Commemorating    the   Lord's 

Fasting   and    Temptation. 

Lessons  for  the  First  Day. . . 

The  Sunday  before  Easter, 
called  Palm  Sunday  

The  Lord's  Entry  into  Jeru- 
salem   

Thursday  before  Easter 

Institution  of  the  Holy  Supper. 

Good  Friday 

The  Passion  of  the  Lord 

Easter  Eve 

TheBurial 

Easter  Day 

The  Resurrection  of  the  Lord. . 

The  Sunday  after  Easter 

Teaching  of  the  Risen  Lord. . . 

Ascension   Day,  the  fortieth 

after  Easter 

The  Glorification  of  the  Lord. 

Pentecost  

The  Giving  of  the  Holy  Spirit. 

The  Holy  City 

The  Lord's  Presence  with  His 
Church 

Thanksgiving  Day,  or  The 
Feast  of  Ingathering 


Psalms. 


M.  37,  40,  42.  . . . 
Ev.  105, 106 

M.  2,  19,  45,85.. 
Ev.  110,  111,  132 


M.  6,  32,  38.  . . . 
Ev.  102, 130, 143 


M.  31,  32,  33.  . 
Ev.  119: 121-176. 

M.  107 

Ev.  136, 137, 138 

M.  22,  40,  54 

#w.  69,70,88.... 

M.  18,  23. 

Ev.  13,14, 16,17. 

M.  30,  97,  99.  . . . 

Ev.  113, 114, 115, 

[113. 

M.  103, 104. ..... 

Ev.  72,73 

M.  8.  21,  24 

Ev.  47,  108 

M.  48,  68 

Ev.  104, 144, 146. 

M.  27,  76, 87.  . . . 
Ev.  122  to  1*7  . . 


if.  103,104,107., 


Old 
Testament. 


New 
Testament. 


Gen.  3  : 1-15. 
Is.  1 

Is.  7  :  10-16. . 
Is.  9:  1-8.... 


Is.  58. 
Joel  2. 


Dan.  9 

Zech.  9  :  9-17. 


Is.  63. . . 
Jer.  31. 


Gen.  22:1-19. 
Is.  52:13-53.. 

Ex.13 

Is.  38:  10-20.. 


Ex.  12 
Is.  25.. 


Ex.  14. 

Is.  26.. 


Ex.  15... 
Ex.  19.... 


Ex.34. 

Joel  2 :  21-32. 


Is.  54. . . 
Zach.2. 


Deut.  8. 


Luke  1 :  1-39. 
Luke  3 :  1-6. 

Luke  2  : 1-20. 
John  1  :  1-14. 


Matt.  4  : 1-11. 
Rev.  3. 


John  12. 
Matt.  21. 

John  13. 
John  17. 

Luke  23  :  1-49. 
John  18 :  1-19. 

Luke  23  :  50-56. 
Matt.  27 :  57-66. 

Matt,  28. 
John  20 : 1-18. 

Luke  24 :  13-35. 
John  20 :  19-31. 


Luke  24  :  36-53. 
Mark  16  :  14-20, 

John  14 :  15-31. 
Rev.  1. 


Matt.  28 :  18-20. 
Rev.  21. 


Luke  12 :  15-40.